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Tfm ekmghier of Mrs. Nolo Nasworthy, Stacy Mitchell is a Virginia Beach native, plans to tm^ eitlm^i 
West, "Hike it here at the Bmek,** Mitchell said, **there area lot of things to do, andIk>wtlmamAmtm^"^ 
willnotmtlein Vii^inia Beach. I mmtd tike to go to California or New York to tea fia^^m^'fiMm^ 
intheOceanParkMctionof i^inia^mh and gr^twitedfnmBayside High School. Her h^il^mJ^^ if 
ming and tennis. Her special in^rmls are modeling a^ photography. The Three Shif^ Inn b fmfavwrie rfw 
^jol; at^ R^ue *s and Cmtntry Comfort are t^r favorite nigh^pots. 




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The original Cavalier Hotel, 42nd and Pacific. It was built in 1927. 



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Cavalier Hotel— A tradition, over 50 years old 



"The Cavalier contributes vastly to the image of the 
Virginia Beach community," said Cavalier resident 
manager John Hendriksen. 



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••Combined with the new facility across the street, 
he added, "the Cavalier is the largest rescMt hm at the 
Beach. We have a total of 407 rooms for rent between 



the two locations." 
Built in 1927, the Cavalier rests nobly on 16 acres of 
(See CAVALIER page 3) 




Hw Uffgc indoor swimming pool At the Cavalier. It is presently under renovation 
Bg4 m ©qjccted to be in use by the Spring of 11^1 . 




Veteran Cavalier bellman Joseph Walton is proud to take guests to their rooms, 



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Cavalier 
sets image 

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land at 42nd Street and Pacific Avenue. Its counterpart, 
the new oceanfrcmt Cavalier, is right across the street. 
The original Cavalier features 127 rooms, plus other 
resort activities for its guests. 

"All rooms are ready to be rented,** Hendriksefl 
said. 

'*Most of our guests," he contiiiued, "are from out of 
town; and we cater to many conventions. The local 
Beach residents lite to frequent our lounge, Hie^unt 
Room. 

"The hotel hosts many local functions, such as 
weddmg recepticns, and special /tfiQl^^' but ^^d<m'i 
deny we lUtract a kit of tourists. 

'*In addition to nke rooms, and the ocean, we also 
offer our guests other benefits, such as, a full tune 
director of ac^vities; provisions fa chfldrens' rcaca- 
tion; tennis courts, and two swimming pooU.** 

the Cavalier is open year roimd. fooms range in 
imce from $44 to $S4 a mght. 




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For those who like a pool under the sun, the new Cavalier features one right next to the ocean. 



Leaves mmty odor 



Beach humidity causes mildew 



By ANNIE p. GILMER 
VPIextoislona^nt 

Mildew is a problem in this area where humidity is 
high. Molds which cause mildew are always in the air 
but ne^ moisture to grow. 

Mildew leaves a musty odor, discolors fabrics, 
sometimes causing them to rot. Molds develop most of- 
ten on cotton, hnen. rayon, silk, wool, leather, wood 
and paper. Damp, dark, warm and poorly aired cellars, 
crawl spaces, clothes closets; draperies and rugs in 
basements; shower curtains; clothes stored when damp 
and/or dirty are all perfect environments for mildew 
growth. 

The spttaA of mildew in moist environments can be 
prevented and/or remedied with water-proofing, ven- 
tilation and suds and water care. 

Control causes of dampness. Replace cracked or 
defective mortar around a house. Check tbat drainage is 
adequate. Consider waterproofmg concrete and other 
masonry walls above ground. Seal absorbent brick and 
other surfaces. Prevent moisture from entering crawl 
spaces by spreading a layer of moisture-barrier material 
over the soil under the building. 

Good ventilation helps remove moisture. When out- 
side air is drier than inside air, it absorbs excess 
moisture. When outside air is drier than inside air, it ab- 
sorbs excess moisture. Use an electric fan to circulate 
air, if natural breezes are not sufficient. Air con- 
ditioners take up warm air,,cool it and circulate the cool 
air back into the room. A dehumidifier helps control 
humidity. When using an air conditioner or 
dehumidifier, keep windows and doors closed. 

If the house is very damp, turning the heat on for a 
short time may hdp. Then open do<»s and windows to 
let moist air out. A light burned in a closet heli» dry this 
area. 

Keep arta dean 

Keep closets, dresser drawers, basements, bathrooms 
and other susceptible areas as cl^m as possible. The 
m^hod will depend on the surface. Some may require 
regular care with d^ergent or s<»p suds; others need 
sp^id cleaners. 

Prev^t mkSmw growth on hcMne furnishings, and 
clothing. Store ^teents and furnishings only when 
detn and dryl Even many man-made fibers which resist 
mildew must be kept cl^n; soil on them, under the right 
«Niittti(ms, am ^urt mik^ gro«^ on (Mh^ fiArks. 

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surfaces moisture and mold free. Available in depart- 
ment, drug or building supply ^ores, these are sold un- 
der various trade names. Always use according to dlrec- 
doBs and keep out of the reach of children and pets. 

Mildew dps 

Some tips to remember on mildew. 

What if mildew has already appeared in your home? 
If there is mildew on clothing or household fabrics, 
ranove spots as soon as discovered before mold can 
weaken materials, ^gin by brushing off mold outdoors 
so mildew spores do not scatter in the house. On 
washable fabrics, pretreat by rubbing detergent into the 
dampened stain. Then launder the \i«m% in hot water 
and chlorine bleach, if safe for fabric, and detergent or 
soap. Should stain remain, sponge with hydrogen 
peroxide. Rinse and launder. If not bleach safe, s<»k 
items in an oxygen bl«ich according to directions. Then 
wash. Take non-washables to the dry cleaner; identify 
the stain. 

Upholstered pieces, mattresses, rugs and carpets need 
to be treated differently since mildew can penetrate 
deeply. When possible, start by taking the mildewed 
item outside and bruf h mold away with a broom. Using 
the upholstery attachment of a vacuum cl^ner, run it 
over the surface to draw out more mold. Remember, 
mold spores are gong into the vacuum, so dispose of bag 
or sweepings outside to avoid scattering mold spores. 

If the wticle is still damp, dry it with an electric heater 
or fan. Sun and air thoroughly to stop mold growth. If 
miMew remains on upholstered furniture, wipe it with a 
cloth wrung out of a dilute alcohol solution (1 cup 
denatured or rubbing alt^hol to 1 cup water). Dry the 
article thoroughly. Sponge mildewed rugs and carpets 
with a rug shampoo, or use an electric shampoo 
machine. If possible, let the article dry in the sun. 

Wipe mildew from leather with a cloth wrung out of a 
dilute alcohol solution. Dry in a current of air; use a fan 
for better circulation. If mildew remains, wash with 
saddle soap. Wipe with a damp cloth; dry in an airy 
place. 

Flooding and humidity can cause excessive mildew 
problems. Be prepared by water-proofing, ventilating 
and k^ping a home clean. If mildew does cause trouble, 
fresh air and suds help rid furnishings and clothing of 
the p«ky mold! 

For more detided information on removii^ milckw 
contact the Virgiiuu te^ch Co<n>erative Ex^iuon S^- 
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4 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 6, 1980 




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Fourteen year Virginia Beach school board member Mrs. RevaKelberg. 



Discusses problems of Beach schools 



Kelberg committed to education 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor, 

Hm Virgifiui Beach Sun 

'*! like Virginia Beach very much," said Beach schod 
board member Reva Kelberg. 

"I can walk my dog at night and not have to worry 
about being attacked; and during the day, there is 
always something to do thanks to the city's fine parks 
and recreatkn ckpartment." 

Kelberg feels comfortabk living in Virginia Beadi. 
She also feels comfortable on the school board, <tf whidi 
she has been a member since 1966. 

SerHi«aiMcl966 

*•! was appointed to tlw board by dty ccimdl three 
years after the merger of the dty and Princess Anne 
County,** Kelberg, 45, recaOs. 

"Right after I came on the board, three year 
appointment terms were set up, and we had to draw 
lots to see who would be the first ones up for 
reappointment/' ^ 

Fourteen years n a relatively long time, but last 
December, Kelberg was appointed for another three 
year term. She says she continues to serve because of 
her personal committment to education. 

•*I don't serve on the school board for any political 
reasons,*' the University of Pennsylvania graduate 
said, **I just have a deep committment to quality 
education and Virginia Beach has that quality. 
' "The city has a terrific school system, leading the 
local area. 

"Iliere may be one or two school systems in the 
htorthem pan of Virginia, however, which may be a 
attte bctoir.'* 



Kelberg, one of 10 other school board members, 
works well with the group, because they all keep the 
best interest of Virginia Beach in mind during schod 
board meetings. 

"We have a large board," she said,"but for 11 
members to work as well together as we do is not only 



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good for the city, but for the parents and children. 

"All titf ichodL board members want the best 
education possible for ourxdiikirett, at the least expense 
possible for the local tai^ttyen. But it*s hard to mMU^e 
a good schod system in sudi a &$t growing <^. We try 
to build enough schools to keep up with the increasing 
growth of Virginia Beach, but we are careftil not to 
build to much.** 

Laod iqiport odxcd 

Kelberg said that over the years, tl^ schod board 
has had the support, and lack of support of the local 
community. For example, the schod board wanted the 
community to support an $18.4 million bond referen- 
dum back in 1970. but it was defeated on the general 

baltot. 

"We wanted the money to build a new multi-story 
high schod in Bayside, and oi» at the North end of the 
Beadi,*' Kelberg said, "both were to include 
swimming ixxsis because we had an idea to start a 
program where every child in Virginia Bewh would 
learn to swim. With all ^ water around, w didn't 



want to see any drownings that coukl have been 
prevented. 

"But the public turned us down. They said wc didn't 
need more schools, which their tax nKney would pay 
for; instead, the public urged the city to curtail ham 
building. Many people got very emotional about it. 
They argued that after years and years (tf paying taxes, 
it would be the newcomers to the Beadi that would reap 
the most benefits." 

But Kelberg said that ordeal gave the board 
areditibility. 

"We were defeated then," Kelbei^ saki, "but it 
made us, and the local residents, sit xxp and take notice 
of what was going on around us. 

"We (the schod board) set up a series of sbt pMc 
hearmgs to determine what course we woidd tabe in 
dmtrdiii^, or levidng to accommodate the dty's 
increasing population, in terms (rf pvoi^kttng schooU. 

"Out of the hearings, came three buic pcopoiitsoiu: 
to hfive schod year round, with students attending 
classes for 43 days aiKl ghing tl^m tS df, c^r schod 
at night; or build some bare bone schoob. We did all 
three, but with questionable results. 

"We started a two year program, instituting tiie 
45/15 day proposal. Everybody sunxxted it, but no one 
wanted their own children partidpati^ in it. Hm night 
schod was cancelled because only four stiKlents signed 
up for it. 

"The schod board tried to get another referendum 
passed in 1973, for the amount of $12 or 13 millk». ft 
was passed, thus tlw advent erf the Kemj^ville, 
Independence, and Lynnhaven Junior High Sdioob." 

Kelberg said the pilot prc^rams were checked by 
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Josh sits up proudly for Kelberg on command. Charlie prefers to take it easier. 



Kelberg lives in Thalia 

(Continued from pi^ 4) 
Ixperts, and the experiments yiekted the following 
results: 

"Hiree experts aaidy»d the (tata collected the 
programs, and produced masses of ckxomentadon. Ibe 
main thmg we learned was that even though the 45/15 
progrun wasn't popidar, you could place more students 
in sdiool with a Umfted nunriier of fiidlities." 

Kccptag ip wtth gfowth 

Hie sdiool board will never call for a bond 
referendum, M»ording to Kelberg, becaiae of city 
couw^ i4q»o|»iatKns. 

But the city does still have some problems. 

"Growth is always a ptdbkm" Kelberg relates. 
''It's fayud to keep the right number oi students in a 
limited amount of schools, and still keep' our local ami 
state sdiool accreditation. 

"Fbndicapped students also cause much debate, as 
to whether they shouM be in dassrooms with perfectly 
healthy children, or if they should be in special classes. 

^'Ihe Federal law says they must not be kept in 
separate classes, and we will comply with the law, but I 
think it should be a dicision left up to the parents. 
Sometimes a handicapped child in a normal classroom 
can have an effect on that child's personal feelings, and 
ego. It's a touchy question, but I think we need to look 

at the whde situation." 

A Norfolk resident 



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A large fish pond with large goldnsh:^ay be found in the Kelberg's backyard, along 
with a pool. 



J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School, Blair Junior Ifigh 
School, and graduated from Maury High School in 
1953. 

In high school, Kelbe^ wi^ active in student 
gofvemment, and the ^nnnh Cfob. 

"I remember the year I gnduated very well," she 
recoOe^, "it was the year SuM died, and we were all 
elated." 



Kelberg received an A. A. ctegree from the College of 
William and Mary (Norfolk Division), and in 1957 
received a B.A. in English from the University of 
Pennsylvania. 

She met her husband, however, in 1954 while Lee 
was a legal officer in the United States Navy. 

"He wasn't thrilled about Uie service," she 

(See KELBERG pufe 7) 



Kelberg is originally a Norfolk resident. She has been 
married 25 years, after this summer, to Beach attorney 
Lee Kelberg. they live in the HiaUa section of the city 
and have two children: Sharon, 23, a graduate student 
at the University of Rhode Island, studying marine 
affoirs; aiKi Jeffrey, 21, in his fourth year at the 
University of Vu-ginia, studying pre law. 

The daughter of Norfolk produce inerdiante, 
Kelberg's maiden name is Friedman. SIm attended 



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*'I^ople come in the store," she continued, '*and 
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indudhig entertaimnem and Beadi news. I tell tNm 
to read The Virginia B^ch Sun. Becnue, news nod 
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The Dunes Motor Inn, 10th and Cteesmfront 
Ban's Pharmacy, 17th and Atlantic 
Aquarius Motel, 19th and Oceanfront 
Ivanhoe Motel, 21st and Oceanfront 
House <rf CHfts, 2202 Atlantic Avenue 
Ringside ResUurant, 2108 Atlantic Avenue 
The Original Sub Shop, 2114 Atlantic Avenue. 
The Marjac, 22nd and Oceanfront 



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News Center, 23rd and Atlantic 
Ingraham Pharmacy, 207 25th Street 
Princess Anne Motel, 25th and Oceanfront 
Simmons Photo, 25th and Atlantic , ' 
The Seahawk Motel, 26th and Oceanfront 
Hie Broadwalk Inn, 26th and Atlantic 
Sea n' Sun Motel, 29th and Oceanfront 



Oulfstream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 
Ocean House Restaurant, 31st and Atlantic 
Ocean Ranch Motel, 32nd and Oceanfront 
Peter Pan Pancakes, 33rd and Atlantic 
La Playa Motel, 33rd and Oceanfront 
Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 
Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and Atlantic 
Fireside Book Shop, 3113 Pacific Avenue 



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Beach borough 

Jaycees officers named 

The Beach borough Jaycees recently elected the 
fdlowing officers for 1980-81 at their annual awards 
and installation meeting. 

New officers include: Rick Balak, president; Frank 
Malbon, ej^mal vice president; Jim Cabman, internal 
vice presictent; Stuart Cake, state director; Scott 
Gallacher, secretary; Jdm Mass, treasurer; Brock 
PWter, director and Chaplam; Mark Forget, director; 
Bart Goignsve, director; J. B. Lonergan, legal counsel; 
Steve Dinga, newsletter editor, ft was also annoinced 
who selected as Outstanding first year Jaycee which 
was Jim Calaman. 

Overall outstanding Jaycee for 1979-80 was Qreg 
Bridgeford. The outgdng president of the chajrter is 
Greg Williams. The meeting and cocktail social was 
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jfepditano. 

Jaycees laembcrship opfQ 

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Regular meetings <rfthe Beach Borough Jaycees dPe 
held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays ctf each month 
beginning at 7:30 p.m. 

Beginning in August, Uie meetings will be held at the 
Ramada Inn-Mariner, 57th Street and Oceanfront. All 
young men from 18 to 35 are invited to attend. 

For further information you may contact Mr. Richard 
Balak at (work) 461-1170. 



Kelberg gets master's 

(OmUniwd from page S) 
remembers, "but he was jnitting in his obligation 
during the Korean War. "He's stiU active in the Navy 
reserves, in the legal unit." 

After college and getting married, KeR>erg came to 
Vii^inia Beach in^ 1957 to take up his prdessional 
practice. 

"I was expecting a child at that time," Kelberg 
recaUs with a gleam m her eye, and "we built a home in 
Thalia Manor and lived in it 10 years . Then we built our 
present house." 

Kelberg just recently completed her master's degree 
work in EngUsh at ad Dominion IMiversity, l^jrfdk, 
and will take her comprehensive exams in December. 



Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 6, 1980 7 




Rookie 
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Beach officer Huston 

Virginia Beach police officers recently participated in basic traffic exercises, under 
the supervision of the Tidewater Regional Criminal Justice Academy. 

Cities and institutions participating directing traffic at the intersection of Laskin 
Road and Arctic Avenue included Virginia B^ch; Portsmouth; Old £>ominion 
University, Norfolk; and the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. 

"This is a street drill exercise," said H. T. Carr, Beach officer supervising the ac- 
tivity. 

"We t«u;h them how to deal with different traffic situations by cutting off the 
street lights and putting the officer right in the middle of the road! ' ' 



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! Beach director attends sessions 



* A. James De Bellis, director of economic dtvdppmcnt for Virginia Beach, re<»h- 
( tly participated in committee meetingsiJfinng »^rierx)f sessions under the auspices 

kV^^M^fL^m^VL^mm^ i ofthe Virginia Travel Council. . .. ^ ., 

f lOlff UWII EwWk f Dc Bciiis heads the VTC travel awards committee that determmes when and if 

special recognition should be given to travel leaders in Virginia. De Bellis also is first 
vice chairman of the council. 

The Virginia Travel Council is the private, member-directed promotional 
organization that represents some 1 ,300 travel-related businesses in the state. 



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Only Reynolds Recyclina Center offers you 
cash and a free Tote Bag for bringing in one of 
the 10 heaviest collections each day from now 

until Saturday, August 16. 



Disposable blades 

The first safety razor 
designed for use with 
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Winners don't crack 

A Pennsylvania State 
University study indicates 
that the more successful 
you are, the less likely you 
are to crack up emotion- 
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You can pick up something extra when 
you cash in alunnjnum at Reynolds. 

Bring in one of the top ten collections 
weighed each day and we'll give you cash 
plus a handy vinyl tote bag. 

So -start collecting all-aluminum cans 

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The pounds will add up fast. And, at a 
rate of 234 a pound, the dollars will, too. 

Besides ail-aluminunrvcans, we'll pay you 
the same rate for certain other clean alu- 
minum items, too. Household aluminum 
like pie pans, and frozen dinner trays. And 
items that accumulate Into big poundage 
fast: old aluminum siding and gutters, 
storm door and window frames, lawn fur- 
niture tubing and aluminum castings. 

Just be sure it's clean with no other ma- 



terial attached to it. Cut long pieces into 
3 foot lengths or less, and keep separated 
from the cans. Ask for details. 

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its nearly IS million 
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bi 1979, more people died oo Virginia Beach roads 
than any other dty in the state. 

IVaffic fotaUties totaled 42 last year for the Beach, 
followed by Roandce with 13 less deaths than Vu-ginia 
Beach, at 29. Aisc^ compared to eight other cities in the 
state with populations over 50,000, Wginia Beach and 
Roancto were the only ones to increase in the number 
of traffic deaths over 1978. 

Local reipOBse 

In response to these statistics, printed in the recently 
released Virginia State Police publication, "Virginia 



TYaffic Crash Facts, 1979," Virginia Beach police 
sergeant W, L Deancs offers the following explana- 
tions for the figures: 

"Many people die on Virginia Beach roads,** Deanes 
said, "because many drivers here are either from out of 
state ^iiS^. or in the military, and aren't familiar with 
the Beach's roMlways and laws". 

See chart on page 13 



Deanes said tl^ police are helptess in taking 
preventative measures to decrease the annual number 

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Beach visitors stand bewildered, wcmdering where the sand went. 




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Mother Nature continues to eat Beach shoreline 



By GREG GOLDFARB. editor. 

The Virginia Beach Sun 

Virginia Beach is a strong, and powerful city. But 
even it can't stop Mother Nature. 
Recently, the city has been experiencing unusually ac- 
tive wave action, which 
has stripped the beach 
away between 15th and 
18th Streets. It is causing a 
real problem for the city, 
which is helpless to com- 
bat the ocean's destructive 
force. 

Virginia Institute of 
Marine Science marine 
geologist, Gary Anderson, 
said the city has basically 
three options in dealing 
with severe erosion. 

"Most seaside com- 
munities have experienced 
similar problems with 
erosion," Anderson said, 
"In fact, some cities, like Miami, have had to place ar- 
tificial barriers, called groins, on the shoreline. Usually 
they arc heavy steel, wood, or stone structures; but I'm 
not suggesting that is what Virginia Beach needs, but 
they may. 

"Secondly, the city can continue dumping tons of 
sand on the beach to replenish what the water has 
washed away. And thirdly, they can do nothing, and 
study the problem some more.' 



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Lora likes the beach. 





Reading is one of Lora's pastimes. 



Davis has been singing 
since old enough to talk 



**I have been singing since I could talk,** 
said SUNshine Girl Lora Davis. 

**When I was a little girl, I used to sing and 
dance to Walt Disney music while watching 
myself in the mirror . " 

Lora, the 18 year old daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. D. J. Davis, is a 13 year Beach resident, 
and a 1980 graduate of Kellam High School. 

She had the lead role in a local production 
of the musical * 'Grease," and has sung in local 
bands. In the future she plans to attend James 
Madison University. 

**rU eventually go to college at JMU or 
some place elseiiii^ mountains,** she said, 
"but not for a year 6r two. I want to stay in 
Virginia Beach for a while longer, but Vm 
ready to relocate if I liecd to.** 

Lora*s hobbies include singing, reading, 
learning to ride horseback, and ''spending a 
lot of time at the beach. I like Beach people; 



it*s an active city; and there's always 
something to do.'* 

Her favorite Beach nightspots are Isle and 
Capri, and The Shack. Her favorite musical 
vocalists are Barbra Streisand , and Johnnie 
Mathis. Lora adds that she likes to sing all 
types of music except Country and Western. 

**I like to sing because I think 
Tm good at it, and because I 
make people happy when I do 
it''— Davis 

Lora enjoys singing, and has a special 
reason for doing it. 

**I sing because I think Fm good at it,** she 
said, **and because I make people happy when 
I do it. Also, the money isn*t bad either.** 



Lora IHvis 



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Travelers ffom across tke nation flock to Virginia 
BMch annmtty. Sonc for tlie warn sna; some for tlM 
cool surf, some for botk. 

But wkatever tke reason for visiting tke Beack, tkcre 
is one tking everyone wants to know after tkey get kere: 
Wkere to go After Tke Sun Goes Down... 



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August 4-10: Ready Mix 
Augu^ 11-18: Songbtod 
August 19-31: Fat Ammoiii 



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Featured this week: Eastcoast 



August 6-20: East Coast 

August 11-16: Tricks 

August 17-22: Eddie Skaw and tke Wolfgang 

August 23-24: Janes Cotton 

August 25: Cabin Fever 



Featured this week: Steve and Dave 

August 6 and 7: Stcipc and Dave 
August 8-10: Mason Roller Line 
August 11: Gary Zagami 
August 12 and 13: Joel Ndson 
August 14: Joe Bond 
August lS-17.*^ Lewis McGfkee 
August 18 and 19: ~ 
August 22-24: TriCHyi 
August 26: Joe Bona 
August 29-September 1 : 
September 5: Steve Pagnc 



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August 26-31: BabU 
September 3-6: Ravt 



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Featured this week: Skip Castro 

August 6-7: Slcip Castro 

August 8 and 9: Brice Street Band 

August 13 and 14: Home Grown Vigilante Band 

August 15-17: Cripple Creek 

Sugust 18 and 19: Street Talk 

August 20-24: Super Grit Cowboy Baiid 

August 27-Scptcnibcr 9: Snuff 

September 10-14: Boothill Express 

August 11 and 12: Rave 

August 25 : Good Humor 

August 26: Snnff /Street Talk 



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Featured this week: Jason 

August 6-10: Jason 
August 11-12: Lewis McGebee 
August 13-17: Cimarron 
August 18-19: Uwls McGehee 
August 20-24: Gabyl 
August 25-26: Lewto McGehee 
August 27-3 l:JMon 



15th and Atlantic, on the pier 



The Snard Brothers, seven nights a week through Sep- 
tember. 



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Featured this week: Hot Cakes 



August 5-10: Hot Cakes 
August 12-17: Danle 
August 19-24: Hot Cakes 
August 26-30: Staircase 
August 31 : Robbin Thompson 



15th & Atlantic Avenue 



Peppermint continued on next column 



BBBEB^e 



616 Virginia Beach Boulevard 



August 13-16: Voltage Brothers 
August 20-23: Kid Shalene 
August 27-30: Hot Cakes 
September 3-6: Hot Cakes 
September 10-13: Sandcastle 
September 24-27: Voltage Brothers 
October M: Kid Shalene 



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Feature this week: Sonny Turner 



August 4-17: Sonny Turner 

August 18-31: Sam Vine 

September 1-7: The Sounds of the Drifters 



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Backdodr Pub, 1284 Laskin Road: The Madhatter, 

Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 



Gangpbmk n, 1284 Laskin Road: JDebMeFvldMr, 
Wednesdays throu^ Sundays, 8:30 -.m, to 1:30 a.ni. 



Howard Jolmsoil's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue. 
The McCkwd Baad" appearing nightly. 



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Hunt Rooitf;original CaVaUer Hotd, 42nd ^eet; Irig 
band sounds of Tonmy GwaNney, Fridays and Satur- 
days, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 



OrioB'g Roof, 42nd Street, top of new Cavalier 
Hotel; b^ hand sounds of Al DeHanb, Tuesdays 
through Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mondays: 

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Round Room, &iturday nights: BOly Morris and Or- 
cheitra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, 
**Oldics but Goodies.** 



High speeds and booze kills 



City Population 1979 Deaths 



1978 Deaths 



Alexandria 

Chesapeake 

Hamp^n 

Lynchburg 

Newport News 

Norfolk 

Portsmouth 

Richmond 

Roanoke 

Virginia BeMh 



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112,300 
127,300 

62,900 
144,400^ 
283,900 
109,300 
224,200 

95,700 
238.400 





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(Continued from ptfc 9) 

of traffic deaths, but they do take extra measures to 
help handle the situation when diey arise. 

"There's np way we can tell when an accident is 
gomg to happen, or where it will happen, until after it 
does," Deanes ex{damed. 

"We rely on a selective enforcement unit, which 
specializes in handHi^ traffic cases. Hiey feed all the 
available information about the accidem into a 
computer, and determine which areas, at which times, 
may become potentially dangerous traffic zones. 

"After we have pinpointed the trouble areas, we 
patrol those areas religiously.*' 

Hgh speedy and (frnaks kin 

Hgh speeds and drunkards,' according to Deanes, 
cause most of traffic deaths. Virginia Beach, however, 
has one piece of equipment to help curtail the free 
wheeling boozers. 

"The Virginia Beach police department obtained a 
mobile unit to test drivers about a year ago" Deanes 
said, "to see how much alcohol, if any, suspected 



D.U.I. 's (those driving under the influence of alcohol) 
haVe consumed. 

"Now, all the officer has to do i^ detain the suspect 
and call the unit. It saves us hours compared to when 
we had to take every suspected D.U.I, back to the 
l»recinct for blood, or breath tests. 

"We have been experiencing an increase in the 
number of drunk driving arrests we've made, and 
expect the number of traffic Vitalities m 1980 to 
decrease when next year's report conies out" 

Need more police power 

Deanes said what the department needs -to cut the 
number of Beach driving deaths even further, is more 
men. 

"We need more manpower," he said, "to staff up 
more selective enforcement units. We need more 
people with radar patrds to catch the speeders. This is 
how we can keep the number of traffic deaths in 
Virginia Beach as low as possible. 

"But whatever we do, traffic accidents will continue 
to happen. We can't explain it." 



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of charge by The Virginia Beach Sun 
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include your bar or nightclub featuring live en- 
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Robertson, 

Boudreau 

wed 

Sharon !C. Robertton and 
James Anttemy Bcw4r«ui. of 
Virginia Beach, were recently 
married at The Star of the Sea 
CatholteOiwdi. 

She is tlM dau^ter of Mr. and 
Mn. Henry Crawford Rober- 
tson, Jr.; and he is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Valerian Joseph 
Boudreau, Sr. 

Mn. Boudreau is a Norfolk 
element«7 schod teach». Mr. 
Boudreau is a s^vice represent- 
ative for a local dictaphone com- 
pany. He is a New York native. 

The bride w»e a cappwl sleeve 
V-neck dress with an empire 
waist, and a calf length veil. B«t 
man was Edward Hall. Maid of 
honor wnu Robin E. Mer«lith. 
Priest was Father Paul Gaughan. 

The couple will reside in 




Mrs. Boudreau 



Watergate A{»rtments. after 
honeymoon in New York. 



Unusual weather this year 



(Continued from page 10) 
An age old problem 

Anderson said the crux of Virginia Beach's erosion 
problem is as old as time itself. 

••What you're dealing with," he said, ''arc natural 
forces which can't be controlled. In general, sand is 
being dispUced from the southern beaches to the nor- 
thwn ones. This, coupled with the sea level rise will 
cau^ the sand to constanUy wash away. Gradually, 
over the years, the sea level has been steadily rising; so 
regardkss of what the city does, it cannot stop it. In 
theory, after 1,000's of years the land will be covered 
with water. The whole boardwalk may have to be 
rebuilt, or turn it into a bulkhead. 

••Nature tries to balance the s^ level, the sand, and 
the land. But waves are the active i«ent, which act like a 
sawblade cutting away at the land. But with a saw, 
something advance the teeth. In this case, it is the sea 
level which is advancing the eroding waves to the 

shore." 

Anderson said this year's severe erosion problem may 
be a product of this summer's unusual weather. 

•'Usually, most severe wind and wave action," An- 
derson explained, "occurs in the winter. But this year's 
weather patterns have been unique. 

•'The traditional attitude is that the beach is the shor- 
test in the winter and the longest in the summer. But this 
year, the reverse is true. 

•'Distant sea storms and underwater currents affect 
the local shoreline like local storms affect the waves to 
make them choppy or smooth." 



Beach has done well, so far 

Anderson said Virginia Beach has done well for itself 
in erosion prevention, but the city still can do more. 

••Basically, Virginia Beach has been very successful in 
dealing with its erosion problems," Anderson said, 
"especially for the amount of money they have spent. 

•'But, the city probably dumped its replenishing sand 
last spring too soon. If we have any late summer storms, 
a lot of sand will have been washed away before it gets 
here. Then, after the storm you would really see some 
srosion." 

How are tourist affected? 

The Kona Kai motel, which rests right beside the most 
eroded area of the beach, reports that the lack of beach 
has not hurt business . 

••We're full tonight," a desk clerk who did not want 
o be identified said. "No sand should have an impact 
on our business, but so far I have seen no evidence of 
it. 



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Need pubik education 

Finially, Anderson said one of the best things that can 
be done to help solve this problem, in addition to masses 
of sand, is public education. 

"I think it's important that newpapcr articles be writ- 
ten," he said, "so that people will take an interest; this 
is a saving grace. The more the people of Virginia Beach 
understand that Mother Nature is constantly shifting 
the sand around from False Cap to Fort Story, and not 
back again, the easier it will be for the community to 
reach consensus over what should be done." 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 

will be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall 

Building, Municipal Center, Princess Anne Station, 

Virginia Beach^ Virginia on Monday, August 25, 1980, 

at 7:00 p.m., at which time the following applications 

will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 

CLASSIFICATION: 

kempsville borough; 

1. An Ordinance upon Application of J. Rolfe Griffin 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from R-6 Residential District to R- 
8 Residential District on certain property located 297.83 
feet North of Providence Road beginning at a point 500 
feet more or less West of Lord Dunmore Drive, running 
a distance of 574.67 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 428.48 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 525.02 feet along 
the Eastern property line and running a distance of 
409.22 feet along tlie Southern property line. Said parcel 
contains 5.26 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

2. An Ordinance upon Application of Alfred V. and 
Judy K. Everett for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from AG-2 
Agricultural District to R-8 Residential District on cer- 
tain property located on the North side of Old Dam 
Neck Road beginning at a point 860 feet more or less 
West of Dwyer Road, running a distance of 227.29 feet 
along the North side of Old Dam Neck Road, running a 
distance of 187.07 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 26 feet in a Southeasterly direc- 
tion, running a distance of 598.93 feet in a Nor- 
theasterly direction, running a distance of 746.53 feet in 
a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 616.76 
feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 
200.33 feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 740.93 feet in a Northwesterly direction and 
running a distance of 210.04 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction. Said parcel contains 14.217 acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

3. An Ordinance by Motion of the Planning Com- 
mission of the City of Virignia Beach to establish an 
Historic and Cultural District on certain parcels located 
at the intersection of Oceana Boulevard and Princess 
Anne Road and to classify the area surrounding Nimmo 
Church as an historical site deemed desirable for preser- 
vation, parcel 1: Beginning on the North side of Prin- 
cess Anne Road at its intersection with Oceana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 350 feet more or less 
along the Western property line, running a distance of 
370 feet more or less along the Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 460 feet more or less along the 
North side of Princess Anne road. Said parcel contains 
1 acre. Parcel 2: Beginning on the West side of Oceana 
Boulevard at its intersection with Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 500 feet more or less along the 
West side of Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 
350 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 450 feet more or less along the 
Western property line. Said parcel contains 2 acres. 
Parcel 3: Beginning on the East side of Oceana 
Boulevard at its intersection with Prfncess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 700 feet more or less along the 
East side of Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 
200 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 610 feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contain 2 acres. Par- 
cel 4: Beginning at an iron pin 579.5* more or less nor- 
thwest along the south side of Princess Anne Road from 
the dividing line of the land now or formerly Amanda 
Sparrow and the land now or formerly S. R. Mathews; 
thence S 30 degrees 00' W 45.54* to an iron pin; thence S 
30 degrees 00' W 139.92 to an iron pin in a pine stump 
hole; thence N 86 degrees 51* W 238' to an iron pin; 
then N 35 degrees 21* W 231.7* to an iron pin in a pine 
stump; thence southeasterly along Princess Anne Road 
474* more or less to the point of beginning. Plats with 
more detailed information are available in the Depar- 
tment of Ptonning. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

4. An Ordinance upon Application of Commonwealth 
of Virginia, Department of Corrections, for a CON- 
DITIONAL USE PERMIT for a Sutc Community 



Youth Home on certain property located at the South- 
west corner of Virginia Beach Boulevard and Roselynn 
Lane, running a distance of 135 feet along the South 
side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a distance of 
223.93 feet along the Western property line, running a 
distance of 135 feet along the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 223.93 feet along the West 
side of Roselynn Lane. Said parcel contains .7 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

5. An Ordinance upon Application of Solar Wash, Inc., 
a Virginia Corporation, for a CONDITIONAL USE 
PERMIT for a car wash on certain prqperty located at 
the Northwest corner of Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Lavender Lane, running a distance Of 125 feet along the 
North side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a 
distance of 209 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 125 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 209 feet along 
the West side of Lavender Lane. Said parcel contains 
.57 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

6. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for James M. Adkins, Jr. Property 
located on the east side of Woodstock Road, 948 feet 
North of Providence Road. Plats with more detailed in- 
formation are available in the Department of Planning. 

7. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for Bayshore Development Cor- 
poration. Property located on the North side of Painters 
Lane at its Eastern extremity. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of Plan- 
ning. - 
AMENDMENT: 

8. Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, of the Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to con- 
dominium development in the AG-1 through R-9 
Districts. More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

9. Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach to amen and reordain Sections 4, 5, and 9 of the 
Subdivision Ordinance of the City of Virginia Beach 
refating to condominium development. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
£)epartment of Planning. 

Ruth Hodges Smith 

City Clerk 

2t8/13VB 

NOnCE OT PUBUC HE ARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 

will be held in the Council Chambers of the Qty Hall 

Building, Municipal Center, Princess Anne Station, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, August 18, 1980, 

at 2:00 p.m., at which time the following applications 

will be heard: 

CHA>K}E OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

KEMPSVILL^ BOROUGH: 

1 . An Ordmance upon Applicaticm of McHman E. and 
Barbara A. Scruggs for a CHANCE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CL^SDFICATION from R-8 Residential 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 
property located on the South side of Kempsville Road 
beginning at a point 282.84 feet West of Centerville 
Turnpike, running a distance of 274.59 feet^along the 
South side of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 
433.55 feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 199.01 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 114.47 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 229.38 feet along the 
West side of Centerville 'Himpike, running a distance 
of 198.27 feet in a Southwesterly direction and running 
a distance of 171.30 feet in a Northwesterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 2.39 acres. KEMPSVEUE BOR- 
OUGR , 
LYNNHAVEN BOROIKJH: 

2. An Ordinance upon Application of Geraldine Y. 
Stephens for a CHANCB OF ZO^QNG EHSTRICT 
CLASSIFICATIC^ from R-6 Residential District to A-2 
Apartment District on certain property located on the 
South side of Old Virginia Beach Road beginning at 'a 
pdnt 450 feet more or less iEast of North Birdneck 



Road, running a distance of 244.53 feet along the South 
side of ad Vurginia Beach Road, running a distaiK:e of 
330.14 feet along the Eastern property line, running a 
distance of 179.67 feet along the Southern jM-operty Une 
and running a distance of 270. 15 feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel contains 1.36 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

3. An Ordinance upon Application of Ben Frank's, Inc., 
for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for an automobile 
repair establishment (Installation of T-Tops and Sun 
Roofs) on certain property located on the North side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning at a pdnt 296.7 
feet West of First Colonial Road, running a distance of 
170 feet along the North side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance of 275 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 100 feet 
along the Northern prqjerty line, running a distance of 
184 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 
70 feet in an Easterlv direction, and runninK a distance 
of 91 feet in a Southerly direction, ^aid parcel contains 
.78 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

4. An Ordinance upcm Application of Geraldine Y. 
Stephens for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a 
duplex on certain property located on the West side of 
Mediterranean Avenue begiiming at a point 50 feet 
south of 13th Street, running a distance of 75 feet along 
the West side of Mediterranean Avenue, running a 
distance of 125 feet alcmg the Southern prqDcrty line, 
running a distance of 75 feet along the Western 
property line and running a distance of 125 feet along 
the Northern property line. Said parcel contains .215 
acre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

5. An Ordinance upon Application of J. Henry Holland 
CorpOTation for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for the 
erection of a covered pipe rack cxi certain property 
located at the Southeast corner of Thurston Avenue and 
Air Rail Avenue, running a distance of 588.81 feet 
along the South side of Thurston. Avenue, miming a 
distance of 520 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 898.32 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 587.70 feet 
along the East side of Air Rail Avenue. Said parcel 
contains 8.945 acres. BAYSICS BCHIOUGH. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in 

the Department of Planning. 

Ruth Hodges Smith 

aty Qerk 

2t8/6VB 

NOTICE C»? PUBUC HEARING 

The Mrginia Beach Manning Conunission will hold a 
Public Hearing on T\iesday, August 12, 1980 at 12:00 
Noon in the Council Chambers of the Gty Hall 
Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. A briefing session will be held at 9:30 a.m. in 
the Planning Department Conference Room, Operat- 
ions Building. PLANNING OCMMISSION ACnON IS 
NOT A FINAL DETERMINATION OT THE APPUC- 
ATION, BUT CM.Y A REOOMMENDATIC»^ TO THE 
CITY COUNCIL AS THE VIEWPOINT OF THE 
PL^MNINGCOMMISSiasi. FINAL EXTERMINATION 
OF THE AH»UCA'nC»^ IS TO BE MAEffi BY CITY 
COUNCIL AT A lATER DATE, AFTER PUBUC 
NOTICE IN A NEWSPAPER HAVING CffiNERAL 
aRCUL^nON WriHIN the city. Ihc foUowing 
applications will appear on the agenda: 
MFERRED BY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR 60 
DAYS (»4 JUNE 10, 1980: 

1 . An Ordinance upon Application of Lessie M. Oimbert 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA- 
TION from R-5 Residential District to B-3 General- 
Business £)istrict on certain property located on the 
North side of Robert Jackson Drive beginning at a point 
220 feet more or less East of Bimbert Drive, running a 
distance of 54.35 feet along the North side of Robert 
Jackson Drive, running a distance of 123.32 feet m a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 241.68 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
22.26 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance 
of 79.86 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 1 19.46 feet in a Northerly direction, running 
a distance of 188.60 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 1411.55 feet along the Northern 




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property line (South side of V^irginin Beach-Norfdk 
Expressway), running a distance of 358.93 feet in a 
Southeasterly du-ection, running a distance of 340 feet 
more or less in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 620.28 feet in a Southeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 133 feet in a Ncxtheasterly 
directicm and running a distance of 150 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 8.46 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

2. Application of Pdtters Road bivestment Group, a 
Virginia limited Partnership, for the discontinuance, 
closure and abandcmment of a p(»-tion of C^d Potters 
Road beginning at the intersection of Potters Road 
Relocated and Old Potters Road, running a distance of 
35.06 feet alcmg the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 158.40 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 62.54 feet in a Southerly direction 
and running a distance of 132.47 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction. Said parcel COTtains .115 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

REGULAR AGENDA 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE 

3. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officer in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivisioi for Charles R. Malbon, Jr., and John 
F. Malbon. Property located at the Northwest 
intersection of Hdly Road and West Hdly Road. Plats 
with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

4. Appeal from Incisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Harry Jeavons. Prqserty located 
at the Northeast comer of Five Pdnt Rend and Rose 
Hall Drive. Plats with more detailed info-mation are 
available in the Department of Planning. 

5. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Cheers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Mary G. Bregman. Property 
located on the North side of Mill Landing Road, 1302.63 
feet East of Stone Road. Plats with more detailed 
mformatioii are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

6. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Frank T. Williams. Property 
located on the North side of Flanagan's Lane, 1 100 fieet 
more or less West €i Sandbridge Road. Plats with more 
detailed information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

CHANOE OF ZONING DBTRICT CLASSmCATION: 

7. An Ordinance upon Application (tf Malcofan R. and 
Margaret L Blanton for a CHANGE OT ZCMNG 
DISTRKH' (XASSIFICATK^I from AG-2 Agricukural 
District to B-2 Conununity-Business District on certain 
property located at the Northeast comer of Sandbri<^e 
Road and Banks Lane, running a distance of 262 feet 
along the North side of Sandbridge Road, running a 
distance of 280 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 182 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 273.50 feet 
along the East side of Banks Lane. Said parcel contains 
1 .40 acres . PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. An Ordinance up<m Application of R & R Corpwation 
for a CHANCE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA- 
TION from R-5 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain pr<^rty located m the 
South side of Princess Anne Road beginning at a pdnt 
600 feet mwe or less East of Providence Road, running 
a distance of 1325.46 feet along the South side of 
Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 200 feet 
more or less along the South side of Salem Road, 
running a distance of 796.80 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 1214.93 feet along 
the Southern prt^rty line and running a distance of 
933.20 feet along the Western prc^rty line. Said parcel 
contains 28.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

9. An Ordinance upon Applicati(m of Mascm Qmstruct- 
ion Company, Inc., for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT ClASSIFICATION from R-6 Residential 
District to A-3 i^artment Mstrict on certain property 
located on the North side of ad Virginia Beach Road 
beginning at a pdnt 35 feet West d" Barberton Drive, 
running a distance of 210 feet alaig the North side of 
Old \rirginia Beach Road, running a distance of 127.54 
feet m a Northerly directiai, running a distance of 
22.71 feet in an Easterly directicm, running a distance 
of 119.56 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 35 feet along the South side of A Street, 
running a distance d" 105 feet in a Southerly direction. 



running a distance of 186.43 feet in an Easterly 
direction and running a distance of 92.73 feet along the 
Eastern prq)erty lii^. Said parcel contains .69 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. An Ordinance upon implication of Webb Deaver, 
Jr., and Marie Deaver for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DBTRICT CLASSIFICATION from AG-2 Agricultural 
IMstrict to B-1 Business-Residential Kstrict (m certain 
property located on the North side of Princess Anne 
Road beginning at a pdnt 1280 feet more or less West 
of Glebe Road, running a distance of 114.20 feet along 
the North side of Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 160.56 feet along the Western property line,, 
running a distance of 115.37 feet along the Northern 
pr(^erty line and running a distance of 160.27 feet 
along the Eastern property line. Said parcel c(mtains 
.410 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

11. An Ordinance by Resolution of the Council of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach to establish an Histcaic and 
Cultural District on certain property located on the 
West side of South Witchduck Road beginning at a 
pdnt 247.11 feet South of Amberly Road, running, a 
distance of 171.76 feet along the West side of South 
Witchduck Road, running a distance of 166.69 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 144.29 
feet in a Southwesteriy direction, running a distance of 
138.40 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 251.95 feet more or less along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 98 feet mwe or 
less in a Southeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 
.88 acre, KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 

12. An Ordinance upon Application of Brenda Kaye 
Hughes for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a 
24-hour child care center oa certain prc^rty located at 
the Ndlheast corner of Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 100 feet along 
the North side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 100 feet along the Northern 
property Ime and runnmg a distance of 150 feet along 
the East side of Oceana Bcxilevard. Said parcel contains 
.34 acre. LYNNHAVEN BORCXJGH. 

13. An Ordinance upon AppliciUion of Cdonial-Laskin 
Associates for a CC»©ITIONAL IBE PERMIT for 
recreational and amusement facilities of an outdoor 
nature and an arcade building on certain property 
located on the North side of the Virginia Beach Norfdk 
Expressway beginning at a pdnt 665 feet West of First 
Cdaiial Road, running a distance of 737 feet alaig the 
North side of the Virginia Beach-Norfdk Expressway, 
running a distance of 590 feet more or less along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 760 feet 
more or less along the Northern property line and 
runnmg a distance <rf 550 feet akmg the Ej^tem 
property line. Said parcel ccmtains 10 acres. LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

14. An Ordinance upcm Application of Sheldon L. 
Comer for a CONDITIONAL USE raRMIT for a 
cdumbarium on certain property located m the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue beginning at the Western 
extremity of 40th Street, running a distance of 722.36 
feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distance of 105 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 95.02 feet along the East side of Holly i^oad, 
running a distance of 903.85 feet along the Southern 
prc^rty line and running a distance of 180 feet along 
the West side of Pacific Avenue. Said parcel contains 
3.34 acres more or less. VIRGINIA BEACH BOR- 

15. An Ordinance upon Applicatirai of John S. Waller, 
Jr., for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for single 
family dwelling on certain property located on the 
North side of Painters Lane beginning at the Eastern 
extremity of Painters Lane, running a distance of 743 
feet along the North side of Painters Lane, running a 
distance of 2470 feet more or less in a NOTtheasterly 
direction, ranning a distance of 600 feet more or less in 
an Easterly direction, running a distance of 940 feet 
mOTe or less in a Southwesteriy direction running a 
distance of 150 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 450 feet in a Saithwesterly direction, 
running a distance <rf 80 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 365 feet in a Southerly 
direction, and miming a distance <rf 1048.56 feet more 
or less in a Southwesterly direction. &ud i^rcel 
contains 24.084 acres. HUMXSS ANNE BOICXJGH. 

16. An Ordinance upon AppUcation of Oceana 
Vdunteer Fire Department, foe, for a OONDmONAL 



Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 6, 1980 15 



USE PERMrr for an autOTfiobile repair establishment 
and A-1 Towing on certain prqjerty located at the 
l^theast comer of First Cdonial Road and fodiana 
Avenue, running a distance of 120 feet more or less 
along the East side of First Cdaiial Road, running a 
distance of 260 feet nuM-e or less along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 60 feet in a 
Southerly directicm, mnning a distance of 81.75 feet in 
a Westerly directicm, running a distance of 60 feet in a 
Southerly direction and running a distance of 1980 feet 
more or less along the North side of Indiana Avenue. 
Said parcel contains. .51 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

17. An Ordinance upon Applicaticm of S B R C 
Associates for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for an 
automobile service staticm cm certain property located 
on the South side of Indian River Road beginning at a 
pdnt 654 feet West of Kempsville Road, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the South side of Indian River 
Road, running a distance of 150 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 150 feet along the 
Southern prc^erty line and running a distance of 150 
feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains .5 acre, KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

18. An Ordinance upon Application of Trustees and 
Members of St. John AME Church for a CONDIT- 
IONAL USE PERMIT for a church on certain property 
located at the Southwest corner of Lawrence Drive and 
Goodman Road, running a distance of 31 1 .8 feet along 
the West side of Lawrence Drive, running a distance of 
416.74 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 312 feet along the Western property line 
and running a distance of 400.4 feet along the South 
side of Goodman Road. Said parcel contains 2.92 acres. 
BAYSIDE BC«OUGH. 

PIAT VACATION: 

19. An Ordinance upon Application of Robert Davis for 
the vacation of all that certain portion of the plat of 
•'Subdivision of property of S. G. Keeling Estate, 
Lynnhaven Borough, Virginia Beach, Virginia, October 
12, 1971'*, recorded in the Office of the Qerk of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 
Map Bode 90, at page 17, designated as "The Northern 
95.05 feet of West Little Neck Road as shown on Plat of 
vacation of portion of West Little Neck Road, 
Lynnhaven Borough, Virginia Beach, Virginia, June 30, 
1980." More detailed informaticxi is available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

20. An Ordinance upon Application of Aspen Building 
Corporation for the vacation of a five foot pedestrian 
access easement along and adjacent to the rear and side 
block lines dedicated for the use of the homeowners of 
'/Windsor Oaks West, Section 6** and not for the use of 
the general public. The aforesaid area is for 
maintenance and access. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

21. McAion of the Banning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 
1, Section 101 of the Gmiprehensive Zdiing Ordinance 
to include the conservati(»i of fcH'ests within the 
purpose of the Ordinance. More detailed inf(»-mation is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 
Robert J. Scott 
Director of Planning 
2t8/6 VB 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will con- 
duct a Pulbic Hearing on Wednesday, August 20, 1980, 
at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The staff briefing will be at 7:00 p.m. in the City 
Manager's Conference Room. The following ap- 
plications will appear on the agenda. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Leon B. Minns requests a variance of 16 feet to a 14 
foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 
(carport) on Lot 3, Block X, Section 3, Ara^na 
Village, 628 Sirine Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

2. Princess Anne Plumbing and Electrical Suppliers, 
Inc. requests a variance of 210 ^uare feet of sign area 
to 289 square feet of sign arra instead of 79 squwe feet 
of si^ area as allO¥^ on Lots 12 and 14, Block 29, 
Virginia Beach, 410 18th Street. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

3. Octo, Incorporated requests a variance to aUow an 



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accessoiy use (ice cream parlor) to be «ccn outside of the 
zoning lot where prohibited and to allow the accessor} 

facing the oceanfront where 



use to have a sign 

prohibited on a Parcel, The Pavillion Property. Plan 02, 
Virginia Beach Devdopment Co., 10th Street and 
Atlantic Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

4. E. Martin Schara requests a variance of 2 feet to a 6 
foot side yard setback (east side) instead of 8 feet as 
required and of 6 feet to a 4 foot rear yard setback in- 
stead of 10 feet as required (2nd story addition) on Lot 
15, Block 10, Section D, Cape Henry, 214 84th Street. 
Lynnhaven Btorough. 

5. Time Construction Corporation requests a variance 
of 2 feet to an 8 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet 
as required (deck) on Lot 18, Forest Park, 1852 Tim- 
berwood Lane. Lynnhaven Borough. 

6. E S 1 Properties requests a variance of 10 feet to a 
"0" side yard setback (east side) instead of 10 feet as 
required (office building) on Parcel M, Subdivision of 
Property of Aragona-Garcia Enterprises, Ltd., The 
Lakes, 3551 Stoneshore Road. Princess Anne Borough. 

7. N M & H Associates requests a variance of 10 feet to 
a "O" side yard setback (west side) instead of 10 feet as 
required (office building) on Parcel L, Subdivision of 
Property of Aragona-Garcia Enterprises, Ltd., The 
Lakes, 3331 Stoneshore Road. Princess Anne Borough. 

8. B. R. Flowers and Co., Inc. requests a variance of 6 
parking spaces to 4 parking spaces instead of 10 parking 
spaces as required (paint contracting business) on Lot 1, 
Block C-1, Kempsville Plaza South, Challedon Drive. 
Kempsville Borough. 

9. Barrett Street Associates by Scott Creech requests a 
variance of 25 feet to a "0" setback from Route 44, 
(Norfolk-Virginia Beach Expressway) instead of 25 feet 
as required and to waive the landscaping in the required 
setback on Parcel T. Lynnhaven Industrial Park Area, 
2616 Barrett Street. Lynnhaven borough. 
10. Lee K. CulbcrUon requests a variance to allow 
parking of a commercial vehicle in excess of one (1) ton 
capacity to be parked in a residential district where 
prohibited on Lot 20, Section I. Fairfield Forest, 754 
Whitehurst Landing Road. Kempsville Borough. 



Bids are invited by the Town of Onancock, Accomac 
County, Virginia in accordance with the foltewtag: 
PROJECT IDENTIFICATION: Onancock Volunteer 
Rre Station. Pine Street at Kerr Street. Onancock, 

Virginia. . ,, ,^ 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The project generally In- 
cludes the work required for the construction of a single 
story fire station and related site wwk. This project is 
supported by a Department of Housing and Urban 
Development Block Grant, Federal Grant No. 3-79- 

DN.51-0061. ^ .. ^ u ^ 

BID TIME AND PLACE: Bids are to be mailed or hand 
delivered to: Joseph C. Abrams, Town Manager, Town 
of Onancock, Municipal Building, Onancock, Virignia 
23417. Bids are to be in double envelopes and clearly 
marked as a bid ijroposal for Onancock Volunteer Fire 
Station project. Bids will be publicly opened and read 
aloud, at the above location, on Thursday, August 21, 
1980 at 7:30 p.m. DST. 
BID TYPE: Lump sum bid on a general construction 

contract. . ^,^ 

ARCHITECT: Walsh*Ashe»Dills*Associates, AIA, 
Parkway One, Suite 200, 2697 International Parkway, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452 . , ., 

EXAMINATION OF DOCUMENTS: Norfolk 
Builders and Contractors Exchange, Salisbury and Nor- 
folk Dodge Plan Room, Norfolk Dodge Scan, Ar- 
chitect's Office and Onancock Town Office. 
PROCUREMENT OF DOCUMENTS: Two sets by 
General Contractors (Prime Bidders) and one set by 
Subcontractors, from the Architect, upon the deposit of 
$50.00 per set. payable to the Architect. FuU refund to 
General Contractors and $25.00 refund to Subcontrac- 
tors upon receipt of documents in good usable condition 
within three days after bid time. No partial sets wiU be 

issued. .. * u 

BID SECURITY: No bid or any part thereof, may be 
withdrawn or cancelled or modified for thirty (30) days 
after the Bid Opening with the exception that bids may 
be withdrawn after opemng in accordance with Section 
11.20.2(1). Chapter 207 of the Code of Virginia, ap- 
proved March 25, 1976. 

BID REJECTION: The Owner reserves the right to 
waive irregularities and to reject any and all bids. 
SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Must compley with Equla 
Opportunity and Department of Labor requirements in- 



1 1 . Charles E. and Janet M. Rshel request a variance of 
0.3 feet to a 4.7 foot side yard setback (south side) in- 
stead of 5 feet as required and of 4 feet to a 6 foot side - -5 -^ . '-,,, - :„ ..-„ j-^ reuorts 
yard setback (north side) instead of 10 feet as required ^I^^^J^r^J^^^^^ '^ 
(2nd story addition and greenhouse) on Lot 21, Block By Order of the Town Manager 

K, Rudee Heights, 481 Southside Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

12. Bernard C. Hobson requests a variance to allow 
parking of a commercial vehicle in excess of one (1) ton 



of the Town of Onancock 
2t8/13 VB 



General Contractors. Inc. 
do appear on or before the 
16th of September. 1980. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart. D.C. 



In the Clerk's Office of Rowte 1. Kill De^l Hills. 

p.. , , the Orcuit Court of the North Carolina. It is or- 

capacity to be parked in a residential district where city of Virpnia Beach, on dered that Nancye ana 

prohibited on Lot 1, Block B-B, Section 3, Aragona, the 28th day of July, 1980. George A. Huisey. 

628 Tyson Road. Bayside Borough. Laura E. Russell, Plain- 

13. John M.Turner requests a variance of 10 feet to a 10 (j^f^ against Nancye F. 
foot front yard setback instead of 20 feet as required gennett, George A. 
and of 10 feet to an 8 foot side yard adjacent to a street Hussey, and George A. 
(58th Street) instead of 18 feet as required on Lot a, Hussey, General Contrac- 
Block 8, Ubermeer 5707 Holly Avenue. Lynnhaven ^q^s, Inc., Defendant. 
Borough. ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

14. John M . Twner requests a variance of 10 feet to a 10 The object of this suit is 
foot front yard setback instead of 20 feet as required on to obtain a judgment 
Lot B, Block 8, Ubermeer, Holly Avenue. Lynnhaven against the Defendants for 
Bouough. the sum of Eight 

15. Robert L. Smith requests a variance of 10 feet to a Thousand Dollars 
20 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required ($8,000) plus interest, at- 
(carport) on Lot 37, Block 5, Thalia Manor, 545 torneys' fees, and costs 
Holbrook Road. Kempsville Borough. for a promissory note 

16. Charles D. and Dollie M. Crawford request a executed by the Defendan- 
variance of 7 feet to a 3 foot rear yard setback instead of ts and made payable to the 
10 feet as requh-ed (addition to accessory building) on Plaintiff herein. And an 
Lot 20, Westview Village, 737 Arvin Road. Kempsville affidavit having been 
Borough. made and filed that the 

17. Robert and Marian Flournoy request a variance of 2 defendant, George A. 



feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot 
fence as allowed in a side yard adjacent to a street 
(Brookfield Drive) on Lot 13, Block J, Lake 
Christopher, 1552 Waff Road. Kempsville Borough. 
18. Dominion Building Corporation requests a variance 
of .38 feet to a 9.62 foot side yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required on Lot 9, Block A, Phase 1, Wood 
Farm, Myers Drive. Kempsville Borough, 
all applicants must appear before the board. 
W. L. Towers 
&crrtaty 

2t^iayB 



Hussey is a nonresident 
individual whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1, Kill Devil hills. 
North Carolina 27948; 
and the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractor Inc. is a foreign 
corporation or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion whose last known 
post office address is 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, vs. Nancye F. Bennett 
5421 Susquehanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 
and 

George A. Hussey 
Last known address: 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948 

and 

Geroge A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
Last known address: Serve 
George A. Hussey, 
President 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948. Defen- 
dants. 



MOTION FOR 

JUDGMENT 

TO THE HONORABLE 

JUDGE OF THE 

AFORESAID COURT: 

com^ now the Plain- 
tiff, Uura E. Russell and 
brings this action to 
recover money owed by 
the Defendants as follows: 

1. Plaintiff is a resident 
of Hampton, Virginia. 

2. On or about August 
21, 1974, for value 
received. Defendants 
executed and delivered to 
Plaintiff three promissory 
notes dated July 26. 1974. 
copies of which are at- 
tached hereto and made a 
part hereof, whereby 
Defendants promised to 
pay to the order of Plain- 
tiff, twelve months after 
the date of the notes the 
sum of Eight Thousand 
Dollars ($8,000.00) plus 
interest at the rate of Eight 
Per Cent (8%) per annum. 

3. Plaintiff is and at all 
times mentioned herein 
has been the owner and 
holder of said notes. 

4. Defendants made one 
payment in Uie amount of 
Six Hundred Forty 
Dollars ($640.00) which 
represented interest for 
the first year. 

5. Defendants have ncrt 
made any f urth« paymen- 
ts, although more than 
twelve months have 
passed and repeated 
demands have been made. 

6. Vndet the terms and 
provisions of said notes 
Def«id«iti have agreed to 
apy aU costs of collection, 
including attorneys* fees 
of Twenty-Five Per C«it 

(25%). 

WHEREFORE. Plain- 
tiff demands judgment 
aginst the Defendants in 
the amount of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest at 
the rate of Eight Per Cent 
(8*?b) per annum froni 
July 26, 1975, plus attor- 
neys' fees in the amount 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%), plus costs incurred 
herein and such other and 
further relief as the court 
may deem just and 
proper. 

Laura E. Russell 
By: Barbara Hays Kamp, 
Of Counsel 



The makers and enttor- 
sers each tereby widves 
the benefit of any exem- 
ption, and aU riglit to 
exemption from 
executi<m, as to tiie debt 
evidenced by this 
obil^tion. and if default 
be made in the payment 
thereof at maturity, 
hereby covenants to pay 
all i»cpenses incurred in 
collecting tiie same, in- 
cluding an attorney's fee 
at twenty-five (25) p«xent 
in the event this Note is 
placed in the hands of an 
attorney for collection. 
The makers and endorsers 
each hereby waives 
demand, protest and 
notice of non-payment 
thereof. 

George A. Hussey 
Nancy Bennett 
George A. Hussey 
General Contractor. Inc. 
Attest: Nancye F.Bennett . 
I. George A. Hussey. 
whose name appears 
above as a maker of this 
Note, in cosideraUon for 
the signatures of the other 
makers, ho-eby direct that 
should I die prior to this 
Note having been paid, 
then the entire balance due 
(m said Note, priiuapal 
andtttt«:est,atUietinieof 
my death thaU be paid 
from the asseU of my per- 
sonal estate and in this 
manner (to her^y agree to 
hold ail <Mlwr makers of 
this Note harmtets from 
the UabiUty of payn^t 
should my death occur 
prior to tills Note having 
beoipidd. 
Geor^A.Huiiey 



PROMISSORY NOTE 
$8,000; Washington, D.C. 
July 26, 1974. 

On July 26, 1974, for 
value received, the under- 
signed, jointly and 
severally, promise to pay 
to the order of Laura E. 
Russell at 552 Lebaum 
Street, S. E., Washington 
D.C. the principal sum of 
Eight Thousand 

($8,000.00) Dollars with 
interest thereon from July 
26, 1974 the rate of eight 
(8) percent per annum un- 
til paid. 



VIROINU: In tiie Circuit 

Court for the Oty of 

Vir^nia Beach on the 28th 

day of July. IW. 

Uura E. Russdl, Plain- 
tiff, 

vs. 

NaiKye F. Bennett, and 

George A. Hussey. 

and 

George A. Hussey. 

General Contractors. Inc.. 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of the above 
styled suit is to obtain a 

judgment against the 
Defendants for the sum of 
Eight Thousand Dollars 
($8,000.00) plus intwest, 
attorneys* fees, and costs 
for a promissory note ex- 
(»cuted by the Defendants 
and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. 

And. it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the Defendant 
George A. Hussey is not a 
resident of this state and 
that the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractors, Inc. is a foreign 
corporation or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion, it is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
George A. Hussey and 



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Oeorge A. Hussey, 

General Contractors, Inc. 

do appear before this 

court on or before the 16 

day of Se{M. 1^0, and do 

what is necessary to 

protect tlieir interests 

herein. 

Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

I ask for this: 

Barbara Hays Kamp, p.q. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 

Court for the City of 

Virginia Beach 

Laura E. Russell, Plain- 

Uff, 

vs. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 

George A. Hussey, 

and 

George A. Hussey, 

General Contractors, Inc., 

Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION/ 

THIS DAY, Laura E. 
Russell, the above-named 
Plaintiff, personally ap- 
peared before men, Betty 
T. Akins, a Notary Public 
in and for the City of 
Newport News, State of 
Virginia, in my City, and 
made oath: 

That the Defendant, 
George A. Hussey, is a 
nonresident individual 
whose last known post of- 
fice address is Route 1, 
Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948; and 

That the Defendant, 
George A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
is a foreign corporation or 
foreign unincorporated 
association whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1, Kill Devil 
Hills, North Carolina 
27W8. 

Laura E. Russell 
Taken, subscribed and 
sworn to before me this 
24th day of July, 1980 
Betty T. Akins 
Notary Public 
My commission Expires 8- 
17-81. 

Barbara Hays Kamp 
Diamonstein, Dnicker & 
Kamp 

103 28th Street 
Newport News. VA 23607 

VIRGINL\: 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Juvenile and Domestic 

Relations IMstrict Court 

of the aty of Virpnia 

Beach, on the 23rd day of 

July IMO 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINU 

I In re: Baby Girl Covert 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this pro- 
ceeding is the t^mination 
of the roidual paroital 
rights of kathleen M. 
Covert and William Tague 
to their child. Baby Girl 
I Covert. The con^quen^s 
of tennination of residual 



parental rights are tha^ a 
parent or parents forever 
relinquish all parental 
rights such as, but n(^ 
limited to, the ri^ts to 
companionship, associa- 
tion, religious training, 
education, discipline, 
guidance, maintenance 
and all decision making 
concerning the childs 
welfare. And further it is 
to commit said infant to 
the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach Dejpu- 
tment of Social Services 
with the right of said 
agency to consent to the 
infant's adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i made and filed that 
Katldeen M. Covert and 
William Tague h a proper 
party to this proceeding; 
but die diligence has been 
used to ascertain in what 
county or corporation he 
is, without effect, it is 
ORDERED that Kathleen 
M. Covert and William 
Tague do appear here 
within 10 days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 
Elizabeth E. Henley, 
Clerk 

Alice L. Smith, D.C. 
Karen Williams, 
Dept. Social Services, 
Petitioner 
4t8/27VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of July, 1980. 
Marlene Dolores Lee, 
Plaintiff, against Harold 
Stanley Lee, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one-year 
seiMuration. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being Decorah, 
Iowa, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
19th of September, 1^0, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-T«tc: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kiraberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W.LdghAnsdl 
4336 Virginia B^ch Blvd. 
Virginia B«u:h, Virginia 
234S2 
4t8/27 VB 



In the acrk's Office oS the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th 
day of July, 1980. 
David Donald Allen, 



Plaintiif, against Mary 
McGrath Allen, De f e n- 
dant. 

(»U£ROF 
PUBUCATI(»I 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff' to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds df separation for 
more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
3327 Timuquana Road, 
Jacksonville, Flo r d i a 
32210. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 28th of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. O. Box 2257 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB , 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of July, 1980. 
Rocky Lee Miller, Plain- 
tiff, against Winona J. 
Miller, Defciidknt. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart - without 
cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last knonw post office 
address being P. O. Box 
9681, Hanahan, South 
Carolina 29410. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th day 
of August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk. 
Phyllis N.Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 
Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 
Blvd., 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B^ch, on 
the8thdayof July, IMO. 
Lisa Loraine Hellman 
Mentas, Plaintiff, against 
Pantelis Laki Mentas, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 



for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro and later be 
mergbed into a vinculo 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad% 
dress being 5007 Ashley 
Street, Detroit, Michigan. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
27th of August, 19^, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/6VB 

In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the7thdayof July, 1980. 
Jacqueline Lee Bartram 
Wood, Plaintiff, against 
Kevin Wood, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion and 
cruelty. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being Sunnyhill Road, 
Dover, New Jersey. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 26th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Howard E. Copeland 
5291 Greenwich Drive 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23462 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of July, 1980. 
Mashona Gray, Plaintiff, 
against Esther Gray, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the ^d jrfaintif f to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the partis 
having lived separate and 
apart without cohabitat- 
ion and without interrup- 
tion for a period in exce^ 
of one year. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
tlw Sute of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 



dress being 2113 Crestas 
Avenue, North Versailles, 
Pennsylvania. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 
Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 
Blvd., 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th 
dayof July, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Charity 
Anne Sabine and change 
of name to Charity Anne 
Ravn by Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn and Margaret Ruth 
Ravn 

By: Husband and wife, 
Petitioners 

To: James Edward Sabine 
6659 E. Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
ORDER 

This day came Margaret 
Ruth Ravn and Jeffrey 
Dennis Rayn, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Charity Anne Sabine, to 
be named Charity Anne 
Ravn, by Margaret Ruth 
Ravn and Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that James 
Edward Sabine, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, and that 
diligence has been used to 
ascertain in what county 
he resides, without effect, 
the last known post office 
address being: 6659 E. Va. 
Beach Voulevard, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said James Ed- 
ward Sabine appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
PhyHli NvStyron, D.C. 
W. Lekh'Ansell, p.q. 
4336 VcBeach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
418/6 VB' 

tn the aerk's Office of the 
arcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th 
day of July, 19^. 
Evelyn V. Owens, Plain- 
tiff, against Willie Owens, 
Defendant. 

cmreROF 

PUBUCATK)N 



The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
olrtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, up o n the 
grounds oif the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without cohabitation 
and without interruption 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Lcmg Island New York. It 
is ordered that he do 
appear oi or bcfwc the 
28th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. O. Box 2257 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 9th day of July, 1980. 
Linda Ottaway, Plaintiff, 
against Edward Gordon 
Ottaway, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit i 
for the said plaintiff to ob 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 7950 Henry 
Avenue, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvannia 19128. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 28th of 
August, 1980. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Allan D. Zaleski 
First Virginia Bank Tower 
101 St. Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
4t8/6VB 



LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE That on 
August 15, 1^0 at 10:00 
a.m. at the premises of 
Tidewater AMC/Jeep/ 
Honda, 3152 Virignia 
Bnch Boulevard, Vi^nia 
Beach, Virginia 23452, the 
undersigned will sell at 
public auction, for cash, 
retrying unto itsdf the 
right to bid, the following 
motor vehicles: 
1978 Honda Civic H/B. 
Serial No. SBC 606^62. 

F. C. Rice 

Comptroller 

It8/6VB 






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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circiiit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of July, 1980. 
Melody Ann Bohlander 
Harrup, Plaintiff, against 
David Franklin Harrup, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being MPCO Hg Bn 
2nd Marine Division, 
Camp Lejeune, North 
Carolina it is ordered that 
fie do appear on or before 
the 2nd of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forrest A. Nester, Atty. 
3284 Virginia Beach, 
Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 

In the aerk*s Office of the 
arcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
lOthdayof July, 1980. 
ORDER (F 
PUBUCATION 
Lou Ann Oark, Plaintiff, 
against Kirk I>avid Oark, 
Defendant. The object of 
this suit is for the said 
plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
frcHii the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of sep- 
aration for more than cme 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant's last 
known post office address 
is 3558 Shore Drive, 

Apartment G2, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or corpwa- 
tion the defendant, is 
without effect. It is ^dcr- 
ed that he do appear on or 
before the ^h of August, 
I980,^aiid do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Tcste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Cterk. Kimberly A. 
Brown, Deputy Qcrk. 
Ronald J. Berg, P.O. Box 
2257, Vu-ginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia 23452. 
4t8-6VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
IttbdayofJuly, 19M. 
la re: Adoption of Robert 



Vernon Van Dyke, III, 
and change of name to 
Robert Vernon Narducci 
By: David Christopher 
Narducci and Kathleen 
Narducci, husband and 
wife, Petitioners 
TO: Robert Vernon Van 
Dyke 

4611 North 94th Street 
Omaha, Nebraska 
ORDER 

This day came David 
Christopher Narducci and 
Kathleen Ann Narducci, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, Robert 
Vernon Van Dyke, III, by 
David Christopher Nar- 
ducci, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Robert Vernon 
Van Dyke, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4611 North 94th 
Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Robert Ver- 
non Van Dyke appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Bruce Sanders, P.q. 
4460 Holland Road, Suite 
200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of July, 1980. 
Janet Leigh Gwin, Plain- 
tiff, against Earl Ray 
Gwin, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 

and filed that the defen- 
dant' last known post of- 
fice address is Petre Road, 
Cambridge Manor, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, apd 
the due diligence has been 
by and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county i^fr cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect. It is or- 
dered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Forest A. Nester 

3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t8/6 VB 

In the Oerk's Office of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of July, 1980. 
Jeffrey M. Sch m i d t, 
'plaintiff, against Susan 
H. Schmidt, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of one 
year separation as set out 
in Section 20-91 (9) of the 
code of Virginia. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being No. 2 
Maryland Qrcle, Apt. No. 
346, Whitehall, Pennsyl- 
vania 18052 it is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
before the 3rd of Sept- 
ember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A cq?y-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Jeffrey G. Haverson 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 
4t8/13 VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
lOthdayof July, 1980. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
Michael Robert Williams, 
Plaintiff, against Shelia 
Marie Williams, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divcn'ce a vinculo 
matrimonii frcxn the said 
defendant, u p o ii the 
grounds of separation in 
excess of one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
Code of Virginia, as a- 
mended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, ths last known 
post office address beuig 
1811 Delaney Street, Bur- 
ling fon, Ontario, Canada. 
It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
29th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

. A copy-Tcste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk, Kimberly A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
J. Gerald Zoby, 340 B 
Newtown Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23462. 

4t8-6VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the arcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of July. IMG. 
Linda Oayle Leydet, 
Plaintiff, against Brian 
Frances Leydet, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 139 
Housatonic Street, Lenox, 
Miasschusetts 01240. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the Sth of 
Sepetember, 1980, and do 
wftit may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 

stiit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Andrew S. Fine 

Granby and Plume Street 

Norfolk. Va. 23510 

4t8/13 VB 

In the a«:k's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 17th day of July. 1980. 
Sherman C. Gore, Plain- 
tiff, against Queen Gore, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without cohabit- 
ation and interruption for 
a period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 6759 Romona Blvd., 
Apartment 145, Jackson- 
ville, Hordia 32205. It is 
orckred that she do appeta 
on or before the 5tii of 
September, 11^, imd do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her intensi in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Btown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Gordon I 

P. O. Box 2237 
Vu^nia Beach. Va. 23452 

4t«/13VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virpnia Beach, on the 
nthdayof July, 1980. 
In Re: Adoption of Denita 



lujean Moody 

By: Roy Kenneth 

Maynard. Petitioner 

To: Hilbert Moody 

RD2 

PennYan. New York 

14527 

ORDER 
This day came Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
karen Christine Maynard, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, Denita 
Lujean Moody, to Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
Karen Christine Maynard, 
husband and wife, an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Hilbert 
Moody, a natural parent 
of saki child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
RD 2, PennYan, New 
York, 14327. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Hilbert 
Moody appear before this 
Court within toi (10) days 
after pubUpatipn of this 
Order and indioite his at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
AcopyTwtc: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Qerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
G. Dudley Acker 
3122 Green which Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t8/13 VB 

In the Cl^k's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
thenthdayof July, 1980. 
Danna Erb Denton, Plain- 
tiff, against Robert Win- 
slow Denton, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro later to be merged 
into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of willful deser- 
tion and abandonment 
without just cause of 
provocation. And an af^ 
fidavit having be^ made 
and fikd ttmt the defoi- 
dant is not a mklent of 
the Stitte of Virginia, the 
last known p&i offke ad- 
dress being P. O. Box 337, 
Guaymas, State of 
SaiKM'a, Mexko. It is or- 
ikr^d that he dp appear cm 
or before the 5th of Sep- 
tember, 19^, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
J. Brian J. Donnelly 
2600 Potters Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13 VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 15th 
day of July, 1980 
Francine Elizabeth 
Shockley, Compl|Unant, 

V. 

George W^ley Shockley, 
Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a judgment 
against the defendant, 
George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., in the sum of 
$16,650.00 for arrears of 
spousal support, to be 
awarded to the com- 
plainant, Francine 
Elizabeth Shockley, pur- 
suant to a decree entered 
by this Court on the 23rd 
day of December 1970 and 
as affirmed by final ctecree 
of August 3, 1971 wh^^n 
the defendant, George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., was 
ordered to pay the sum of 
$150.00 per month as and 
for temporary and per- 
manent spousal support. 

And an affidavit having 
been made that due 
diligence has been used by 
or on behalf of the com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant, 
George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., is, and that his last 
known post office address 
was Post Office Box 302, 
Palmyra, Illinois 62674; it 
is hereby ORDERED that 
the defendant, George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., on 
or before September 5, 
1980 at 10:00 a.m. appear 
before this Court and do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interests. 



It is further ORDERED 
that this Order be 
published in The Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, once a 
week for four consecutive 
weeks and that the Clerk 
of this Court is directed to 
p<»t a copy of this Oder, 
at the frcmt doer of the 
Courth<m8e fr<mi ^e date 
of entry of this C^d«r and 
for twoity-eight QS) days 
continuously tho^fter, 
and to also mail a wpy of 
this Order to George 
W^ey Hockley, Jr.. at 
Post Office Box 302. 
Pahnyra. Illinois 62674. 



Enter: This 15th day of 

July, 19^. 

I ask for this: 

Lewis Allen 

Fine, Fine, Legum & Fine 

Law Building 

Norfolk. Virginia 235 10 

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In the Qcrk's Office <rf the 
Circuit Ojurt (rfthc Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
15th day of July, 1980. 
Carolyn Ann Pa 1 m e r, 
Plaintiff, i^alnst James 
R. Palmer, Defendant. 
CfftDERCF 
PUBUCATK»I 
Hie object (tf this suit is 
for the siM i4aii^ff to 
obtain a divorce a vii^uk) 
matrimonii from the said 
defeiKlaBt, upon the 
grounds of the jNurties 
having lived separated 
and apart without cohabit- 
ation and without intentp- 
tion for a period in excess 
of OM year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defeiKlant is not a resi- 
dent ci the &ate oi Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 158 
Route 1 maoon, Ndrth 
Carolina, ft is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 3rd of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to i^olect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis ¥MU Oerk 
Kimberfy A. &o«m, D.C 
Ronald J. Berg 
2953 Vfrgfaik Beaoli Kvd. 
VirginiaBeadi,Va. 23452 
4t8/13VB 



IN THE aerie's Office of 
the Ofoiit Court of the 
aty of Wginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of July, 1980. 
Victoria l^nne Dotson, 
Plsil^, agunst John 
Raise Dotson, Jr., Defen- 
dant. 

PUBUCATK^I 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of a 1 year sep- 
aration pursuant to Sec- 
tion 20-91 (9) <rf the Co^ 
of Virginia, to be pub- 
lished fer frxir (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach sun. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the aate ct Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 2500 
BeaverlH-ook Drive, Gre- 
ensbcro. North Carolina. 
It is ordered tiurt he (to 
appetf on or befri^ the 
10th of SeiMember, 1^. 
and do whitt may be nec- 
essi^ to inotect his uiter- 
est inth» suit. 
A copy*T^»: 
J. Qvtis^uk, CS^k 
Phytt R Styron, D.C 
Kfr. BrucrSttiders, Atty. 
4460 Hoftmd Wmd, &iite 
200 

Vi^ii^ Bewh, Va. 23452 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of July, 1^0. 
linda Joaime Venglardk, 
Plaintiff, i^ainst Steven 
Michael Venglarcik, De- 
fendant. 

C»U£RCS7 
PUBLICATION 
Hm object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrhnonii, from the s^d 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds of One year separa- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident ci the State 
of Wginia, the last known 
post office address being 
P. O. Box 226, PauUmg, 
Ohio 45879. It is or^red 
that he do appear on or 
before Uie 9th of Septem- 
ber, 1^0, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curits Fruit, Oerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Thomas B. Shuttleworth 
l^te 211 Femlmiioe Three 
BuUding 

Pembroke Oflke Park 
Va. Beadi. Va. 23462 
4t8/2(»VB 

In the Clerics Ofltoe of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty (tf 
Vnrgi^ Bcadi, on the 
23ni day ci Jufy, 1980. 
aenP. Buckfey, Plaintiff, 
against Denise K. Buck- 
fey, DefeiKlant. 
ORDERC^ 
PUBUCATKW 
The object of this suit 

is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of living separate 
and apart for a period in 
excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 1 1471 
Oxnard hk). 1, North 
Hollywood, Califania. It 
is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
12th of September, 1^0, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Qirtis Fruit. Oerk 
Phyii N. Styron, D.C 
Willtam H. Cdona, Jr., 
Suite 2(S, 3330 Padflc 
Ave. 

^rgiiria Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/20VB 

In the Cork's Ctf&e of 
the Omuit Court of the 
Oty of Viiiinia B^ich, on 
the22<tayofJuly«lM0. 
Ir^e L. Hastings, Pbun- 
tiff, against Robert S. 
Hastings, Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divofce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of mutual 
separation for a period of 
more than one ynr. And 
an affidavit having made 
and filed that tl» defen- 
dant is not a r»ident of 
the ^te of Vhrghiia^ Uk 
last known post of ffee ad- 
dress behig 1416 Ashland 
Ave., St. Pud, MN 55102. 
It is ortfered that Robert 
S. Ha^higs do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tonber, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Linda Noel HiU, D.C. 
HaroklOavaris 
529 Uw Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4am 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
Oty of Vh-i^nUi Beach, on 
the 22nd day of Juhr. 
1910. 

Bverdna Harris, I^mitifr, 
i^l^ist Wittan Howard 
Hvrii,Sr.,0efeBdiM. 

PUBUCATION 
ThI Object of Oris mit is 
to ob^n a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
saki defendant, upon the 
grounds of des^on. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and fifed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
df the State of Virgiiria, 
that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
said complainant to ascer- 
tain what county or cor- 
poration in which the 
defendant resides without 
effect. His last known ad- 
dress being 1805 
Washington Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It is ordered that William 
Howard Harris, Sr. do 
appear on or before the 
12th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Unda Noel HUl, D.C. 
A. Andrew Ege, 
1369 Laskin Road 
VhrgihiaBeadi.Va. 
4t8/20VB 

In the Oat's Office of 
the Orcuit Court f^ the 
Oty of Vii^nbi Beadi, on 
the 23rd da^r of^^ 1980. 
L^ Ellen Benjamin. 
Ptaittif f , i^nst Artteir 
R. B«ijamm, II, Defi»- 
^tettt. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 



grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
mi^e and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
addr^s being 1310 River- 
front Court, ArK. #202, 
Vfarpnia Beach. Virginia, 
and thirt due dilifence has 
been used by and on 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in what county 
or corporation the defen- 
dant is without effect. It is 
ordered that Arthur R. 
Benjamin, II do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his htterest in this 
suit. 

Aoopy'TtsU: 
J.CartifRruit,Clerk 
Unda Noel HiU, D.C. 
Berg and 0<mlon 
2955 Virginia BeadiMvd. 
Vfaiinia Beach, Va. 
4^^VB 

VIRCHI4A: b the Oerk's 

Office QrcvJt Court (^ the 

Oty of ^^^tna Beach on 

the 25th dijf df July, 1^0 

Debra Ann Joseph Bryan, 

Plaintiff, 

v. 

Joe Elwood Bryan, Jr., 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Ihe object oi this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
defendant on the ground 
of the continuous and im- 
intemipted separation oi 
the parties for a period in 
excess of one year. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used 
by or in behalf of said 
plaintiff to ascertain the 
exact whereabouts of Joe 
Elwood Bryan, Jr., the 
defendant, without effect, 
the last known address 
being Rout 1. Box 56, 
Richlands, North Card- 
ina, it is ordered that the 
defendant appear before 
this Court on or before 
September 15, 19^ and 
do what is necessary to 
protect his interests i^re- 
in. 

J. Curtis Fruit. Oerk 
Ph3^ R &yran, D.C 
John D. HExAer, Jr. 
2625 Miness Anne Road 
Post C^ce Bcot 6363 
W^^ Be^h, yfigpmtL 
23456 
4t8/^VB 



bi the Qerk's Office of the 
Grcuit Qjurt of the Oty of 
\^rginia Bei^h, on the 
25thdayof July, 1^0. 
Gene C. Loomis, Plamtlff, 
against Sally Jane Bru- 



baker Loomis, Defendant. 

OREHEROF 
PUBUCATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant b 
not a resident erf the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
741 Park Avenue, Apt. 
130. Orange Park, Flordia 
23073, it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 15th of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
I. Lionel Hancock, HI 
P. O. Box 3648 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 
4t8/20 VB 

In the Qerk's of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Vtfgima Beach, on the 
25thchiyofJufy, 1^0. 
Willis Uroy Mchots, 
Plaintiff, against Orudta 
Sai»i Qumones NidHsb, 
Defendant* 

GSUXAOP 
PUBLICATION 
The obje<^<tf this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
19 Rochelle Road, Bing- 
hamton. New York 13901, 
it is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
15th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A c6py-Teste: 
1. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Oerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Vii^ihia Beach, on the 
25th day <rf July. 1980. 
Franklin John Sny d e r, 
Ptaintiff, against Debra 
Jean Snyder, Defendant. 
tmDEKOF 

nsmcATKiM 

The ob^ct of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtnn a cKvorce a n^nsa 
et thoro. later to be mer- 
ged into a viiKTulo matri- 
monii fttxn the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
desertion as oi March 20, 
1^0. And an affidavit 



having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
2409 Norwich New Lon- 
don Turnpike, Un c ass- 
ville, Connecticut, it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 15th 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Stuart H. Held 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Oerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Amy E. Tanner, Plaintiff, 
against James Will i a m 
Tanner, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCAT1C»^ 
Theobject of this suit 

is for the said iHaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendmit, upon the 
grouncb <rf one yew sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
fifed that the defendant is 
not a reskfent of X\^ State 
of Virgima, the last known 
post of^ce address bemg 
1455 Kemper Ave n u e, 
Charieston. South Caro- 
lina, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
15th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
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In the Oerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
C«DEROF 
PUBUCATION 
Jan McOwy Reaves 
Blackburn, Pla i n 1 1 f f , 
against Oaig Ains I e y 
Blackburn, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
cfefendttfit, upon the 
groumb of One Year Sep- 
aration. AmI an alMmt 
having ^em aUKfe ami 
filed that the Mm^M u 
not a resident of the ^itte 
oi Vl^ima^ the last known 
post dfice ^toss bemg 
1607 17th Avenue, Beaver 
Falls, Pennsylvania 1^10 
it is onfered that he do 
ajKpev on or before the 
22nd <rf September, 19^. 
and do what may be 



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necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A cc^y-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk Kimberley A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451 p.q. 
4t 8-27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 29th day of July, 1980. 
Robert W. Kennemore, 
A^ Plaintiff, against Beatrice 
A. Kennemore, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et thoro to be later 
merged into a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of Willful deser- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being N. 6 P.O. Sloans 
Trailer Ptrk, Spartan- 
burg. South Carolina, it is 
ordered that Beatrice A. 
Kennemore do appeax on 
or before the 19th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel HiU,D.C. 
Dail and Haverson 
6330 Newtown Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of August, 
1980. 

Teresa M. Warren, Plain- 
tiff, against Floyd L. 
Warren, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendnat, upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinuous separation. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 713 Lake 
Edard Drive, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; that after 
a due and diligent search 
to locate the (tefendant at 
said wjdress, the i^ntiff 
has been unable to locate 
the defendant. It is or- 
dsed that he do appear on 
or before the 22nd of Sep- 
r, 1980, and do what 
be necessary to 
p^m his interest in this 
wit. 



A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
James R. McKenry 
1080 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
Franklyn A. Vogt, Plain- 
tiff, against M o n a E. 
Vogt, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to" be later 
merged into a divwce a 
vinculo matrimcHiii form 
the said defendant, upon 
the gr(Mnds of desertioi 
and abandonment. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 
Memphis, Tennessee it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 22nd 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk Kimberiey A. 
Brown, Deputy Oerk. 
William M. Macali 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 p.q. 

4t8-27VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Damon 
Stewart Osborne, Jason 
Aaron Osborne 
by: Robert L. Wright, Jr. 
and Trudy Ann Wright, 
Petitioners 

To: Donald H. Osborne 
735 Goldsboro Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Kobm 
L. Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, Petitioners, 
and repre^nted that tl^ 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named in- 
fant(s), Damon Stewart 
Osborne and Jason Aaron 
Osborne, by Robert L. 
Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, husband 
and wife, and affkfaivit 
having been made and 
filed that Donald H. 
Osborne, a mttural parent 
of said ciifld(rai), is a 
non-remlent of tlK ^te 
of Virgiida, and that due 
dUigence has been used by 
petition's to locate the 
natural father, without ef- 
fect, the last known post 
office address beii^: 735 
Oolsboro Avenue, 



Virginia Beach, Vii^nia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Donald H. 
Osborne appear before 
this Court withing ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
I ask for this: 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N.Styron, D.C. 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
968 South Oriale Dr. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/27 VB 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 20th day of August, 
1980, at the office of 
Rixey, HeiUg & McKenry, 
1080 Laskin Road, Suite 
101, Va. Beach, Viri^iia, 
at 10:00 a.m., we shall ex- 
pose to sale, reserving to 
ourselves the right to bid, 
and with reservation, one 
(1) 1979 Ford Mustang; 
Identification No. 
9F02V206570. tiUed in the 
name of Richard Staton, 
seized and repdssessedj^ 
virtue of a breach of a cer- 
tain security agreement 
dated March 12, 1979. 
J. Barbour Rlxey 
Counsel for Beach F<»rd, 
Inc. 
lt8/6 VB 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 20th day of August, 
1980, at the office of 
Rixey, Heilig & McKenry, 
1080 Laskin Road, Suite 
101 Sigma Gldg., Va. 
Beach, Va., at 10:30 a.m., 
we shall expose to sale, 
reserving to ourselves the 
right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1977 
Chrysler Cordoba, Iden- 
tification No. 
SS22N7R121416, titled in 
the name of Frank 
Bankston, seized and 
repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreement dated 
January 9. 1979. 
J. Barbour Rix^ 
Counsel for Phillips Old- 
smobik. Inc. 
It8/6VB 

VIRGINL\: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Vuiinia Beach Oty of 
Vir^ui Beach Devek^ 
matt Authority th» 29 
day of July 1980, Plain- 
tiff. 

V. 

Taxpayers, Property 
owfuen and dtiz^ of 
Vii^niMi Beach mdvumg 
Non-Residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation th^dn and all 
otho- persom invested in 
or affected in any way by 
the i^uance by the O^ of 
Virginia Beach Devetop- 



ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980, Defendants. 
MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia B^ch Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1 Code 
of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, of the validity 
of up to $1,500,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hajt 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980 (the "Bonds"), to 
be issued to pay the costs 
of acquiring, construc- 
ting, and equipping an of- 
fice building facility (the 

"Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Rose Han Company, a 
Virginia general partenr- 
ship (the "Company") 
and states as follows: 

1. The_ Authority was 
duly seated by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virgima (the "Act"), and 
is a pditical subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
^rginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
undo- the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1, 1980, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution a^edng to un- 
dertake the issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
i^eed upon between the 
Authority and the Com- 
pany, with the Facility to 
be leased (»' sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Conspany .in accor- 
dance with their tenurs and 
to iH'ovdie security for the 
repayment th^eof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
wh«i issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping the 
Fa<^ty aiNi tiie usuanoe 
oftheBmKb. 

3. When issiwd, the 
Bonds wlU be vi^, ^al 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
AaOiosity, payaUe sdely 
fron tfeMB revenues and 
receipts received from tiie 
tease or sale of tiie FadHty 
to the ComfMUiy and other 
security therefor. The 
BoMis wOl mt cmistitute a 
ddA or ple^ of tl^ faith 
and oedit of the com- 



monw^dth of Virginia or 
any political subidvision 
thereof, including the 
AuUiority and tiie City of 
Virginia Beach, no taxing 
power of any political 
subdivision will be 
pledged to the payment of 
the Bonds, and the Bonds 
will not constitute an in- 
debtedness within the 
meaning of any debt 
limitation or restriction. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
induding Section IS. 1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

thoretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) tl^ Bonds may 
be inued to finance the 
Fadlity; (3) assuming tiidr 
due authorization, 
execution and delivwy, 
the Bonds issued for the 
FadUty wiU be vaUd, tegal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional mattes as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet, 
aty of Vi^nia Boich 
Devd(H>ment Authority, 
By Chartes M. SaUe, of 
Counsd 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 
Charles M. SaUe 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Winship C.Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr A Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Phuntiff 
2t8/13VB 

VIRGINIA: In tiie Orcuit 
Court of the city of 
Vir^nia Beach this 29 day 
of July, 1980. 
City of Vurginia Beach 
Development Authority 
Plaintiff, 
v. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and dtizens of 
Viighua Beach indudhig 
non-residents owning 
ptf^jpaty or stri^Je^ to 
taxatim theiehi mA all 
oOm ptnom fartcfc^ed in 
or affecud in any way by 
tiie issuance by ti^ C^ty of 
V^ihia Beach Develop- 
moit authority of Ap- 
pioximatity $900,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds 

(Wallbanger Associates 
Fadttty) Series of 1980., 
Def«Ktonte. 



MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
^ Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
•'Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1 Code 
of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, of the validity 
of up to $900,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds 

(Wallbanger Associates 
Fadlity) Series of 1980 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping a racquet- 
ball court club and 
assodated health fadlities 
(tiie "FadUty"), in the 
Gty of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, to be leased or 
sold to Wallbanger 
Associates, a Virginia par- 
tnership (the "Com- 
pany") and states as 
follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Vi^inia (tiie "Act"), and 
is a political tubdivi^n of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Autiiority 
has been continuously 
organized and (Hierating 
under the Act shie its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1, 1980, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agredng to un- 
dertake the-issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the com- 
pany, with the Fadlity to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payn^t of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their tenm and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
pro(^eds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipiHiv the Fadlity 
and tlM nuance of tl^ 
Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds Witt be vaUd, tegal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Atttii^ty, pajoMe solely 
from the revenues and 
recdpU received from the 
tease or sate of the FlKility 
to tiie Compray and other 
security therefor. The 
Bmds uriU n<M oon^tute a 
Mi or a fk^ of tl^ 
MQk mi oedit of the 
Commonivealth of 
Vughifai or any pditical 
subdivision thereof, in- 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 6, 1980 21 



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eluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section lS.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950. as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings thereto- 
fore taken in connection 
with the authorization or 
issuance of the Bonds are 
legal and valid; (2) the 
bonds may be issued to 
fmance the Facility; (3) 
assuming Vjheir due 
authorization, execution 
and delivery, the bonds 
issued for the Facility will 
be valid, legal and binding 
limited obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority 
By Charles M.SaUe 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, C^k 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 
Charles M.SaUe 
Munidpftl Colter 
Virginia Beadi,Va. 

Winship C. Doiton 
Canotes, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr A Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bankftiilding 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 
Attorney fcMr Raintif f 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia BeM^ this 29th 
day of July, 1980. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers. Property 
own^s and dtizens of 
Virginia Beach lauding 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxatkm ^«eto aiMl all 
otho- p^sons int^^ted in 
or affected in any way by 
the issttl^ by tin City of 
Virginia Beach Devdop- 
ment authority of Ap- 
proximatdy $900,000 In- 
dustrial development 
Revenue Bonds 

(Wallbanger Associates 
Facility) Soies of 19^, 
Defendants. 

ORDER 
This day oune the plain- 
tiff, by (K>un^, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking Judicial deter- 



mination, inter aUa, of the 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$900,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Wallbanger 
Associates Facility) Series 
of 1980. the legality of the 
purposes for which such 
bonds are to be issued and 
the validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIPERATION where- 
of; IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for 
Judgment having been 
filed, a certified copy 
thereof, together with a 
certified copy of this or- 
der, be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation 
in Virginia Beach, that 
any party defendant 
desiring to reply to said 
Motion for Judgment 
shall do so within ten (10) 
days after the second 
publication thereof and 
that this matter is set for 
hearing on September 4« 
1980, at 9:30 a.m. in the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23456 
Canoles. Mastracco. Mar- 
tone, Barr ft Russell 
1530 Va. National Bank 
Itailding 

Norfolk. Va. 23510 
2t8/13VB 




'!MMVMMT?aASSIFI& » 
FUU. OF 60QP USEPCIft MIVSI ' 



Teen deaths 
in the U.S. 

Automobile accidents 
are the number one killers 
of teens in the United 
States. 

In 1977 alone, 2.184 
girls in the 14 to 19 age 
group were killed and the 
statistics for boys are wor- 
se as their rate of death 
and injury is three times 
that for the girls. 



Virginia Beach water shortage 

Conservation ordered 



Barring a good thunderstorm or two, Virginia Beach 
citizens can expect water conservation measures to be 
put into gear by the weekend. 

Qty Council Monday afternoon authorized city 
manager George L Hanbury and public utilities 
director Aubrey Watts to invoke conservation measures 
when necessary. The measures were put into the Gty 
Code in 1977 when the area's water supply was last 
threatened by drought. 

Watts said that a good thundershower or two would 
take the cit^ off the emergency list for the week, at 
least, but Council authorized Hanbury and Watts to 
take emergency measures just in case. 

Norfolk, which furnishes the Beach's city water 
supply, last week asked its residents to voluntarily cut 
down on water use. The city of Portsmouth, which fared 
better than Norfdk during the 1977 drought, has 
abeady invoked emergency measures. Chesapeake 
which receives water from Portsmouth and Norfolk as 
well as from its own Northwest River Water Treatment 
Plant, has taken no measures to date and Council will 
be on vacation until August 19. 

Watts ^aid the city's first action would be to require 
vduntary conservation. If that does not save the 
necessary amounts of water mandatory restrictions will 
go into effect banning such things as watering lawns 
aiKi washing cars. He said, however, that some of the 
restrictions which pertained in 1977 are not applicable 
now. For instance, he pointed out that all car washes at 
the Beach are recycling water whereas they were not in 
1977. Also many other types of industry are recycling 
water now and most swinuning pools recycle water. 
Only the filling of new swhnming pools would be 
restricted under the conservation measures. 

He said that the Norfolk system needs 70 to 80 
million gallons of water a day including the Beach's 30 
million galkxis. However, the system can only move 60 
to 70 million gaUons a day through the pipelines out of 
the Nansemond water resources where there is no 
shortage of water. The remaining water has to come 
from the local Lake Smith and Lake Wright which are 
low. 

He said that as soon as the public is aware oi the 
problem, the demand coukl drop 10 million gallons a 
day. 

Hie city ordinance provides for rationing if the water 
saving measures are not effective. 

Mandatory measures include: 

No watefftag of shraMery. tiecs, towns, etc. except 
frooi a wmBtiai am m otfier caatiriMr not to exceed 

No washliv aatenoMles, tracks, etc., except in a 
iMMy wMM n fvaler racycH^ systen approved ky tke 
dty. A ^a mam ke patted sttfii^ sach a recydii^ 
syslea is la operattoa. 

Pfo wMlitov sidewala, stretts, service tMm 
191M1. txlettar of fcaWiiiagf m mt$ mmm tvtee 
ex^pt froM a kwAat of otker cmUMkmt not ^exceed 
tlHcevMHi. 

No eperaflw el tmf ormm^wM fenuttas. 

Ne^^^^ or reUBfait of swiau^ and/or wadfa^ 
pooh. RepiaeeBMat at m^r to poels' to aMriv ap for 
evqpor^ai wH ke penrilted. 

No Bse of ftfc liydrMts eKcpt ^ govenuncBtai 
operatioM. 

No whalesiae servta^ off driildag water la rtstaa- 
rants, ete. exapt wimi reqimted Wj MtMitef. 

The lestrictwns <k>iwt an# tot^ use <rf private wU 
water. Itaibtnry said in 1977 weU users were asked to 
put signs up sa^ng "well." Mayor J. Ifenry McCoy Jr. 



quipped, "And everybody had a sign." 

Penalties for violation of the ordinance carry 
penalties of as much as $500 or the termination of water 
service. 

In 1977 the measures were imposed on August 29. 
Restrictions were taken off on November 15. 

Agenda offerings 

Most of Virginia Beach Qty Council agendas are 
hefty documents running over 100 pages, some closer 
to 200 pages. 

Council now is trying to decide whether to continue 
offering the agendas to the general public at no cost or 
to charge a fee for the agenda and mailing costs. 

aty clerk Ruth H. Smith has already started a pdicy 
of continuing to give all who want one, the shorter 
version of the agenda, but has cut down on distribution 
of the full version. She explained that most people are 
interested (Hily in certain items, and in these cases, her 
office will give the complete background material on 
these specific items. 

The practice, started a few weeks ago, has resulted in 
some complaints from the public. 

In the past the city has been generous with its 
agendas, complete with background materials, maps, 
contents, Planning Commission minutes and the like. 
They were given to anyone who asked as long as the 
supply held out. Mrs. Hodges, said, however, that 
some citizens with a short form became upset because 
the person next to them had a fiiU agenda. 

The city pays 10 cents a page for the agendas and the 
$10 to $20 documents are often teft behind in the 
Council Chambers. 

Some agendas have been mailed to people and 
organizations that request one at no charge. 

At the clerk's request. Council recently appointed a 
committee consisting of Patrick L Standing, Reid Ervin 
and &urbara Henley to study the needs of the office. 

Until the recommendations of the committee are 
received the Qerk's office will continue its practice of 
limiting the number of full agendas but making 
available full reports on specific items and adequate 
suii^lies of shorter agendas. 

New water sonrces 

The cities of Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, which 
are both trying to find new water sources, are getting 
together to discuss the problem. 

Chesapeake Mayor Sidney M. Onan last week 
appoHited a Council committee which he hoped wouki 
work with a Virginia Beach committee on the problem. 

Virginia Be&A Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. appointed 
the Beach comnuttee Monday afternoon at Oman's 
request. 

%ginia Beach is completely dependent on Norfolk 
for its water jup{riy and is currentiy umtertaking a 
ctesahi^ project with the Mp <rf fecteral funds. 
Chesapeake gets its water from Norfolk «id Ports- 
mouth and from its own treatment plant at the 
hforthwest River. 

Both dties arc interested in regional sources. 
CcHincilman ReW Ervin said that he hopes the 
committee will not work at cross purposes with tl^ 
Southeastern Regiaml Planning Distrkt «*k;h is 
ksoking for a regkxuU source. 

Q^sapeake's committee includes WaUam S. Over- 
ton, E.B. Speers and W. L Rhodes. Tlic Bcadi 
committee includes dty manager George L ItonNry, 
Jdm A^ toum and Vi<« Mayor Harold Heischober. 



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GPDEBCGJlJfl BEflBGJ BILflg^Cl^CEO) flC^ 



2-Special Notices 



REDUCE SAFE AND FAST 

with GoBese Tablets and E-Vap 
"water pills". Great Bridge 
Pharmacy. 

2 3t8-20 

GORILLA SHOW! Remember 
the boxing and wrestling chimps? 
A new book is just out about the 
history of the Gorilla Show. 
Paperbacks - $13.50. HardbacJcs 
• $16.00. Copies can be had (post 
paid) by sending check or money 
order (no cash or stamps please) 
to: Noell's Ark Publisher, P. O. 
Box 396. Tarpon Springs, 
Florida 33589. 80 Pages of 
Photographs! 
2 4t8-27 



6- \iit<)fnt>bik's tor Sale 



TRIUMPH SPITFIRE • 

1973,runs good, good tires, good 
top, new inspection, $1800. 467- 

4216. 

6 4t8-6 

VOUSWAGEN • 1972 SILVER 

Volkswagen 411 station wagon. 

Rebuilt engine and electrical 

system, new paint, runs good, 

428-4134. 

6 4t8:6 

USED CARS FOR SALE - 1973 
Ford Thunderbitd, all factory 
power, runs great, $895. $500 
down. We finance, no credit 
check, DlVlV 6057. Owens and 
Johnson Motor Co. 547-2266. 
6 4t8-20 

USED CAR FOR SALE ■ 1974 
Chevrolet Vega, automatic, $400 
down. We finance, no credit 
check, DMV 6057. Owens and 
Johnson Motor Co. 547-2266. 
6 4t8-20 

CUTLASS - 1979, runs great, 

$550,481-2208. 

6 ' lt8-6 

PONTIAC - 19M GTO, ex- 
cellent condition, $1700 or best 
Offer. 853-1091 anytime. 
6 2t8-l 3 

BUICK . 1959, Classic, top con- 
dition, lots of extras, $590 or 
best offer. 481-1621 until 10 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

MUSTANG . 1966, top con- 
dition, all original parts, low 
mileage, $2000. Call 481-1621 
anytime until 10p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

73 DELTA ROYAL Oldsmobile 
- Good milage, good MPG, 
regular gas, air conditioned, 
automatic. Like new interior, 
good body. Needs tires. Make 
offer. Call 547-7261 after 7 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

COUGAR . 1975, XR7, excellent 

condition, power steering and 

brakes, 2 doors. 420-4630, 545- 

8297. 

6 4t8-20 

BUICK LESABRE • 1977, 6 
cylinder, 2 door, vinyl top, 
power brakes and steering, 
automatic transmission, air con- 
ditioning, 84,0(X> miles. Good 
condition, $2500. 460-3540. 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 
6 4t8-20 

CHEVROLET CHEVETTE - 

1^}, 4 spped, AM radio, grmt 
gas milage, best offer. 587-5435 
af^ 5 p.m. 
6 4t8-20 

V^^ - iVn* 264 GL, air con- 
(fltteBini, aiitomatic, electric 
,Hndww, AM/FM stmo, moon 
ro^,M^ii.l»5. 397-2928. 
g ^ 4t8/l3 



6- Vufomobilfs for Sale 



BUICK • 1976, Electra Limited, 

4 door. Call 481 -0986. 

6 2t8-13 

CADILLAC • 1973, Coupe 

DeVille, very good condition, 

62,000 miles, $1400 or best offer. 

480-1960. 

6 4t8-27 



ll-Boals-Marine 8upplies| 2l-Pri\aU' Instniifion 



7-TriKk>-lrailers-Jeep>. J 



DODGE TRUCK — 1973, 
Custom 300, \Vi tons dump, 
needs work, $1750. 467-1900 
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 
7 4t8-26 

FORD TRUCK - 1976, F-250. 8 
cylinder, standard transmission, 
power steering and brakes. 420- 
4630. 545-8297. 
7 4t8-20 

VOLKSWAGEN VAN • 1973. 

good condition, $1995. 543- 

6253. 

7 4t8-20 

FORD VAN • 1969. automaUc 8 
cylinder, runs gntt, new inspec- 
tion, tires all good. $650. 460- 
3471,587-7886. 
7 4t8/13 

CHEVY DYNA VAN - 1973, 
fully self-contained, sleeps 6, 
power steering, power bralces, air 
cohditioning, AM/FM, 8 cylin- 
der. $5395. 587-3909. 

7 4t8/13 

DODGE CUSTOMIZED VAN - 
1977, black metallic paint, 5 
mags, custom interior, very 
clean, must sell. $3950 or best of- 
fer. Call Mike, 547-5820. 
7 4t8-20 



y-MoU)rc\cles-Sc(M>icrs 



HONDA - 1977, CR 125, like 

new, $750 or best offer; 547- 

0873. 

9 4t8-20 

MOPEDS • Puch Newport L, 

black and white, and Puch Maxi- 

Sport, olive greea, never been 

run. Over 100 miles per gaUon. 

460-3501. 

9 4t8-20 

HONDA - 1979, CX 500 
Custom, silhouette windshield, 
crash bar, sissy bar, rack, and 
cruise control. $1800. Call 490- 
0048 anytime. 
9 4t8-27 

KAWASAKI . 1976, 900. All 
original, like new condition, 
must sell, $1800. 468-3315, 420- 

3866. 

9 4t8-6 

YAMAHA . 1979, YZlOO, like 
new, must sell, $550.00, 489- 

9563. 

9 4t8-6 



l-Hoals-Marinc Suppli('^ 



SPORTCRAFT - 21* hard top 

with 1979 Volvo 255 horsepower 

engine. Fresh water cooled. 280 

outdrive, very seaworthy, ready. 

Equipment and E-Z trailer, 

$6,000,488-1532. 

U 4t8/!3 

STAMAS • 1972. 24* fiberglass, 
Volvo inboard-outboard, 6 
cylinder, 165 horsepower, good 
condition. $5500. 583-4152. 

n 4tg/13 

CHAPARRAI - 244 (24»). 
Bought new last season. 
Economical Mercniiwr inlK»rd- 
mitbMrd. Loadwl with options. 
Sharp, kept in dry storage, wiU 
demonstrate. Call 722-7351 
(HaaqM/M). 



SEA RAY • 1979, 22' 198 hor- 
sepower engine. E-Z Loader 
trailer. Electric winch, excellent 
condition, $12,500. 499-7940. 
n 4t8/13 

OWENS - 24' CABIN Cruiser, 
1974 Ford motor, overhauled in 
spring of 1979, good fishing 
boat, $1400. 622-9960. 
n 4t8-6 

TRAILER - E-Z LOADER, 

single axle, 16.5 inch wheels, 
holds boat up to 21 feet. Needs 
work. $500. 340-5129. 
JJ 4t8-6 

RENKEN • 16' fiberglass, 65 
horsepower Evinrude. Boat, 
mmor, and trailer, $3195. 420- 
9634 or 543-7137. 
U 4t8/13 

GRADY WHTIC • 19' Angler, 
140 CMC inboard-outboard, 
fully equipp«l, long galvanized 
trailer. 467-3990. 
Ill 4t8-a0 

LYMAN • 26' hiboard. 1978 
model, sleeps 3, racellent fishing 
boat for bay and day cruiser. 
Less than 200 hours. Special 
price. $13,500. 393-6049. 
n 4t8-20 

AFC SAILBOAT • 1973, Blue 
and white, 14' sloop sailboat, 
fiberglass, solid fittings, full 
rigging (mainsail and jib), 4 hor- 
sepower motor, drop mount and 
trailer. $1700467-1465. 
n 4t8-6 

SAILBOAT • 1973 Interlake. 
18', equipped for racing, Boston 
sails, with Pamco trailer, very 
good condition. $2300. Call after 
6. 422-2742. 
11 4t8/13 



13-Hi'ip U anted 



WANTED - PART TIME coor- 
dinator for "MEALS ON 
WHEELS". Salary: $175 a mon- 
th. Write to P.O. Box 15343, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320. 
13 2t8-6 

DIRECTORY DISTRIBUTING 

Associates • Need Imm^iately 
men and women to deliver 
telephone books to the following 
areas: Rural and dty rmites in 
the Great Bridge and Chesapeake 
surrounding area. Must be 18 
years old with car. Call 347-3280, 

547-3260. 

14 2tg-6 

PART TIME - Outside Main- 
tenance Work. Prefer retired 
person $4 pet hour. Call 482- 
3615 after 6 p.m. 

I3_ 8-7 

HELP WANTED 

Homeworkers earn $100 weekly 
addressing envelopes. Send 
stamped self-addressed envelope. 
Swinn Enterprise, Crozett, Va. 

22932. 

13 1^:7 

BOOKKEEPER • NCR 33 

machine operator, reaptionist, 
typist, permanent position. 
Orwit Bridge area. Said resume 
to: P. O. Box 15284, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, 23320. 

4tg/13 



VIOLIN AND PIANO Lessons - 

Including music theory, given to 

students of all levels by highly 

qualified teacher. 424-3433, 424- 

2957. 

21 8t9-17 



:2-l)«>j^^-< ttls. and Pels 



BEAGLES - AKC registered, 3 

fonales, tri-colored, from field 

champion Linbo stock. 482- 

4172. 

22 U8^ 

SIAMESE KITTEN • CFA 

registered, lilac point male, all 
shots, 14 weeks old. 420-6903. 
n 2ar6 

SILKY TERRIER • AKC 

registered, f«nale puppy, non- 
shedding toy breed, chamjNcm- 
ship MoodUnes. $330. 482-2319. 
n 4t»-20 

BEAGLE • AKC Registered male 

3 years old. $50 347-4849 After 3 

p.m. 

22 4t8-20 

AMERICAN BREED ESKIMO 

Spitz Pups - UKC registered 
white males and female, 11 
weeks old, all shcHs and w<Htned. 
$125 each. 487-1512. 

22 4t8/13 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER Pup- 
pies - Pedigrw, AKC registered, 
sire and dam of championship 
line, available July 26th. Show 
quality dogs - Serious inquiri« 
only. 427-3380. 
a 4t8/13 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies - AKC roistered, all ages, 
health and tempo-ament guaran- 
teed. Champion sired, terms 
available. Prices start at. $130. 
488-8085 anytime. 
22 41847 

BRTITANY SPANIEL pupptes - 
AKC r^stered, 4 maks, 3 weeks 
old, $100 each. 490-3067. 
22 4t8-27 

SAMOYED . AKC Registered, 
male. 1 1 months old, show 
quality dog, all shots and wor- 
med. $200, 583-0245. 
22 2t8-6 



:4-H<»rst^-( alllf tci 



HORS^ • R^tered Arabians, 
half and three-quarters Arabs by 
Pediles Manaaba, $400 and up. 
Stud service by Peebles Manaaba 
and GTB Fire Chief. 484-1528. 
24 4t8/13 

MORGAN HOieES - Family 

show/Pleasure, 3 weanlings, 1 

yearling, mwe 7 years, Iwrood 

mare 10 years. V4 Morgan mare 

13 years, ^00 and up. Saddle, 

$125; Cart, $150; Harness, $200. 

426-2250. 

24 4t8-20 



25 \rlult"- U>r Suit 



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RAC^H^ETBALL • Easy to kam 

and fun to play. Free lenom - 
T%t Aoe of Cluta at Greoibrier. 
1 494*M44fM toe toxd^M. - 



CAKNTAL CHEST ■ LAKGE 

with inlaid pearl, $330 or be^ of- 
fer. 423-5549. 

1^ ^^-^ 

CKmtAL AIR Conditioning 
^stem - GE, 2 ton. wmiplete. 
furnace included. $400. 467- 

3990. 

23 4t8-20 

DINING IKX>M SUITE - Oak 

Table and Churs. 6 chairs, china 
cabinet, and Krver. 2 brass cof- 
fM tabtes, braM ptat«i double 
bed headboard. Oak plant stand. 
421-2243. 



25- XriiiU's tor SaU' 



PERSONALIZES "Caricature" 
Chriirtmas Cards, or Note Cards 
- Give Something Or^nal. Your 
caricature ma<k frcm any of 
your photographs submitted, 
(they will be returned to you with 
cards). Delivery six weeks. Cards 
will be printed in one «>lor ink 
on colored paper with matching 
envelopes. 4i4 x 55^, with 
caricature on front side i^d 
Quistmas message inside. (You 
can g^ blank inside with no k1- 
ditional charge or your nMssage 
for additional $10.00). Any 
quantity can be printed, ask for 
quoutions. Call 627-5810. 
23 4t8-yy 

CLOTHING, WHAT • NOTS, 

and Household items - Call afto- 

4:30 p.m. until 12 midnight. 489- 

4312. 

25 »M 

DINING ROOM FVlKNITURE • 

Walnut with 6 cane backed 
chain, Uue uphcristery; Table, 
buffM and diina oMnet. $900. 
Matdiing cmisdb ami minor 
avaiUble. 340-6426. 
25 gtW 

FIRST TIME OFFEllED • 

"California Girt", Painting by 

Anthony CacaUuio, dated 1964; 

This 4' square canvas won't fit 

new residence. Serious inquiries 

only. Leave mnsage for J.P., 

340-7664. 

25 . 4t8-20 

BRKTOL LAMPS - 2 beautiful 
glass Bristol lamps, complete 
with shades. $50 a piece, or $75 
for the pair. 423-2423. 

23 lt8-6 

DINING ROOM SETS • Light 
Maple dining room set. 6 chairs, 
$130. Dark Maple dining room 
set, 4 chairs. $225. Corner chest, 
$23, Signatiire sewing madiine, 
$70, excellent condition. 467- 
2926. 
23_ 4t8-27 

RliwGESAT(H(/F1tE£Zi!at • 

Automatic defrost, 2 doors, 
$225. Apartment sized 
refrigerator, $150. Automatic 
washer, $12$. Automatic dryer, 
$100. All in very good condition. 
Call 393-1110 between 10 a.m. 
8nd6pim. 

25 in 

MINK COAT - Pure white, 
calted OUdal. ankle loigth, per- 
fect condition, $2500. Phone 

622-1203. 

25 4tf-27 

USED REFRIGiatATORS for 

sale . Can 481-2208 for infor- 

25 4t8-27 

MAPI^ BEDROOM SUTfE • 

Headboard, box sprii^, dresser, 
and mirror, dwst, and 2 nl^t 
stands. AU for $200. Catt after 3, 
484-2903. 

25 4t8-27 

WEDDING GOWN • Sl^ 11- 

12, never used, long train, white. 

one year old. 468-2009. 

25 4t8-6 

ICE CREAM FKEEZER -Chest 

type, 18 cubic f^t with stainless 

steel top. Ex<%llent conditon, 

$130. 837-7164. 

23 4tM 

BEN FRANKUN STOVE - 26" 

opeiing. with glass doon, cut 
irmi trimimd in gold, ised 1 
you-. 484-8213. 
25 4tM 



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SCHOOL DESKS - And chairs, 
solid oak. Ist and 2nd grade 
desks and chairs. Exallent con- 
dition. 1930 to 1940 vintage, $25 
per set. 489-3781.425-0945. 
26_ 3t8-6 

BASEBALL - PINBALL 

Machine - Old timer from Ocean 
View amusonent park. Great for 
den 6r bar. $250. 486-6572. 
26 4t8/13 

DINmC ROOM SET • Antique 
round oak table with hami car- 
ved lions' heads at base and daw 
fMt, refinished. 6 fiddleback 
chairs, unfinished, $1300. 420- 
3426. 
26 4t8/13 



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ELECTRIC STOVE • 

oven, clock, floresnnt Ught 

across top. Westlnghouse. 

$33.00 or make offer. CaU 482- 

17M afto- 3 anytime on weekoi- 

ds. 

27 TF 

SEWING MACHINE In cabinet. 
Overhauled recently. Will trade 
for empty abinet w sell for $40. 
or bestfiffer. Call 482-1768 after 
5. Anytime wMkends. 
27 TF 



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PARIS STREET FLEA market - 
open Thurs.-Sun., 10^. Come 
on in and browse round! 8 dif- 
ferent shops. 3450 Azalea Gar- 
den Rd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



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WE BUY REFRIGERATORS • 

Non-working and used 

refrigerators, 481-^08. 

29 4t8-27 




ALTO SAXOPHONE • Uke 

new, leatho- case, S400. 425- 

0434. 

30 4^20 



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NORVIEW - RARE COINS. 

Norfolk's most complete. Buy, 
sell, trade. Buying siWer coins. 
42 Southern Shopping Center, 
Norfolk. 853-8118. 
31 CBDTF 



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STERLING SILVER BAND- 

size 5!4. S^gitanis uid Virgo 
signs in raised sterling, lovely 
and different. $25 <x best offer. 
CaU 482-1768 after 6 p.m. 
32 HTF 



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PEACHES • MARTIN'S FARM 

You pick, $3.30 half bushel. 
Bring containes. Lar^i Pi- 
tiful, easy picking, drive on field. 
F<^w PriiKMS Anne Rd. south. 
Route 615 to end. On Knott's 
Island, follow si^u to wchanl. 
For daily report call 429-3564, 
429-3542,467-0775. 
33 4t8/13 



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mEWOOO • Hani wood or 

mIxMl, wUl deliver, call (m 
prices. 388-3730. 

34 4t8/ir 



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GROW ANYTHING! • "Oreoi 
Hiamb Prindple." Ymi too on 
have • greoi thumb. Said $2.n 
to Oreen Thumb, P. O. Box 
43S7, Vlnbiia Be«:h. Vtrgiiiia. 
234S4. 

33 m-n 




SENCO Am TRIM GUN - $400. 
Used ihop vacuum, S2S. Used 
Milwaukee sawsall, $100. Elec- 
tric impact wrench, $100. 2 ton 
Come - Al(»is, $7S. All like iww. 
486-3656. 
37 4tg-27 

3 hilh screw guns • $100. 

2 Leather safety harasses, $23 
each. RamsA gun with box, 
$150. Arrow hammer tacker, 
$25. Senco P supier. $130. All 
have never been used. 486-3656. 
37 4t8-27 

UPHOLSTERY MACHINE 

lllWExcellent condition. $450. 
an 397-4413 • 9 a.m. to 5:30 
p.m. 

37 4t8-27 

SEWING MACHINE HEAVY 

Duty. Excellent condition $400. 

Call 397-4413. 9 a.m. to 5:30 

p.m. 

37 4t8-27 



BUSH HOG AND TRACTOR - 

S foot Covington Bush Hog, just 
like new; Mass^ Ferguson 85 
tractor. Both in excellent cm- 
dition. S3800 for both. 420-1866. 
37 4t8/l3 



3S-litlMIU sv I 11 



3M COPIER • Ofice type, $450. 

Call 485-2601 after 5 p.m. 

38 2t8-13 



75-M registers, $230 eacn. 
ake an offer for all three. Call 
«Bfbksat587-612l. 

V X 4t8-27 



CASH REGISTERS • 3 NCR 

6075-M registers, $250 each. 

Mail 

Lee] 

38_ 

ALL TYPES, NEW AND used 
restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equipment Company. 
1008 Granby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



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STEREO : SYLVANIA 
QUADRAPHONIC AM/FM, 8- 
track, phonograph, 4 speakers, 
$200.00. 468-2009. 
39 4tr-6 



40-Mohilf lltMiu-s tor *^;i!i' 



AMERICAN House TraUer - 
1970, 2 bedrooms, fuU bath, kH- 
chen, living room, air con- 
ditioning, washer and dryer. 
$6500. 487-1688. Call after 3 
p.m. 
40 ltf-6 

EMERALD PARK - Mobile 
Home 1970, 12* x 60'. 2 
bedrooms, stove, washer, dryer, 
and 2 air conditioners. $4500 or 
best offer. 421-9417. 
40 4t8-20 

BEAUTIFUL LIVING Alter- 
native - Oc^na - Ikon Neck 
nearby. 24 ft. x 60 ft. double 
wide "Derby Run." Has 
everything, excellent condition. 
Clear title. Visits welcome. Call 
425-8353. 
40 4t8-20 

HOMETTE MOBILE HOME • 

1972 12 X 70 ft. Central Air Con- 
ditioning. Partially furnishwl. 
Oil tank included. Shown by ap- 
pointment only. 499-2584. 
40 ^8-20 



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NASHUA • 1980. 14' X H\ 2 
bedrooms, furnish^, washer 
and iryct, $300 and assume 12^ 
VA loan. 490-1786. 

40 4t8/13 

' " ' I II 

FLEETWOOD • lf73, 3 

bedrooms, IVi baths, living 
room with oqwiuio, foKtd yi^, 
all ai^i^iaiicei, can remain on lot. 
Call 497-7783 between 9 a.m. 
and 8 p.m. 
40 4t8/13 



FOR SALE • REPOSSESSED 

items - 1-1978 Lindy Motor 
Honw, 1814 feet, good con- 
dition. 1-1971 Winnebago Motor 
Home, D-24, good condition. 1- 
1972 Pace Arrow Motor Home, 
20 feet, fair condition. Call Art 
Beck. 499-2543 or Don Koble, 
383-4503. 
452 4t8-6 

PINEOAK VaLAGE APART- 
MENTS - Applications will be 
accepted for future occupancy 
beginning July 21. 1980. Office 
located off of Bonney Rd., next 
to Thalia Gardens Apartments. 
Monday-Friday, 9-5:30 p.m. 
Equal HousingOpportunity. 
43 4t 8-6 



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SHARE A HOUSE - Private 

room, private bath. Lake 

Christopher area. Responsible, 

non-smoking female preferred. 

Call and Inve mnsage. 467- 

0585. 

50 4t8-20 



51-()tfitt'-snact' tor Rent 



CHINESE CORNER - OfHce 
spa<« available. 2 office suites, 
963 square feet, and 275 square 
feet. Call 4994923, 497-8142. 
51 118:6 

DO YOU WANT THE BEST? 

For Rent - Airport Industrial 
Park. 900 to 16,000 square feet, 
office with or without 
warehouse. 460-3^1. 466-7188. 
55 4t8-20 



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GREAT BRIDGE DUPLEX • A 

Home Plus an Investment. 
Lovely brick duplex with 
sjwdous 3 bedroom ^partmoit 
and 2 bedroom apartment. 
Modem attractive, and in ex- 
cellent randitim. On large, pine 
sh«ied lot at 236 and 234 ^esno 
Drive Ou»t off Allen Drive bet- 
ween Johnstown Road and Bat- 
^Uefield Boulevard). $68,500. Call 
482-3979 for appointment to see. 
59 2t8-13 



63-1 i»is torSule 



CHESAPEAKE - Homestead 
acres. Large lot, over VS acre 
with trees. $16,750. 482-1580. 
63 4t8-20 

DO YOU WANT THE BEST? - 

Azalea Garden Road at Lake 
Whitchurst. Wooded, 4 to 
choose from, by owner. 460-3501 
days. 466-7188 nights. 
63 4t8-20 



(,5-l or Sale 



HOUSE - 2 story. 3 bedrooms, 1 
bath, large corner lot. central air, 
gas heat, no qualifying paid 
$10,000 equity, assume $28,000 
balance. 587-7886, 460-3471 . 
55 4t8/13 



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MARAUDER travel Trailer - 
1976, 28', sleeps 6, full bath, air 
conditioning, plotty of w^drobe 
space, awni^, very good con- 
dition. 855-3847. 
66 4tg/13 

CMC MOTORHOME - 1977, 26 
foot, self-contained, full bath 
with shower, sleeps 6, full kit- 
chen, built-in vacuum cleaner, 3 
air conditioners, and 49.000 
miles.. 

miles. $25,000. 481-7953. 
66 4t8-6 

PROWLER • Like new. 17^ ft. 
trailer, used 3 times. Large 
Refri^rator, stove, oven, Roof 
air Conditioner. $3295. With 
1975 Ford LTD. Complete 
package $5500. 3017 Illinois 
.Avenue, Norfolk, 853-2793. 
ti6^ 4t8-20 

MALLARD TRAVEL Trailer - 
1975, 20* trailer, tandem wheels, 
fully self-contained, sleeps 6, ex- 
cellent condition. $2100 or best 
offer. 
467-9684. 
66 4t8-20 



1-Sir\ ill's Offered 



MONEY PROBLEMS? Sub- 
stantial income. Legal, ethical, 
honest. Information describes 
program. Send self-addressed 
stamped envelope, plus 50< han- 
dling to: Baker Enterprises, Box 
236A,FrankUnVa. 23851. 
71 4t8-27 

PAINTER - EXPERIENCED - 

FREE estimates. Interior, ex- 
terior, touch-ups. You name it - 1 
do iti Reasonalbe rates. Call 
Mike at 482-3224. anytime. 
71 4t 8-20 

TYPING . ALL KINDS. IBM 

Selectric, 7 days a wMk, 428- 

5240 anytime. Services for small 

businesses, term papers, 

resumes, manuscripts, 

in-oposals. 

71 4t8-27 

WILL PICK UP • any unwanted 
Kenroore or Whirlpool washer. 
486-4098.^ 

71 4t8-27 

S.AUTO CRUSHERS • Al Junk 
Oa Ronovers. All cars towed 
away free, top dollar paid! Fast 
S^vice, 487-9222. 
71 TF8-5 

ESTRADA ELECTRICAL - In- 
novations - Superior electronic 
and optical sales, service, and in- 
stallation. Business, home, and 
auto. Free estimates. 427-3786. 
71^ 4t8/J3 

BABYSITTING • In my home. 
Willoughby, West Oaan View 
area. Daily, weekly, monthly 
rates. Some nights and weeken- 
ds. Judy P. Wiley. 587-1251. 
71 - 4t8/13 

I WILL BABYSIT for working 
parents ^ Experifinad sitter; 
prefer 3 to 5 year olds, available 
Monday through Friday. South 
Norfolk 543-5238. . 
71 4t8/13 > 

BABYSITTING - DAYS, in my 

home, 2 years of age and up. 

Children will be with experienced 

mother, large property. 547- 

5789. 

71 4t8-6 

BABYSITTING • WILL 
BABYSIT in my home week- 
days, prefer infants or preschool. 
545-5813. 
71 M%-6 



BABYSmiNG • My home on 
weekday, toddlers and up. Toys 
and playmates, fenced yard. 
Weekly rates. $30 for one chile 
and $45 for two. Wedgewood 
Trailer Park, ^7-6321. 
71 «8/13 

FIREPLACE SPECIALIST wUl 

build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175, 2-5 p.m. 
71 CDBTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man. the smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior pain- 
ting. 424-4687. 
71 TFCDB 

BRICK A BLOCK WORK - All 

types of masonry ^work. Small 
jobs speciality. Call 489-1552-. 
71 4t 8-6 



AUTYPCSOF 
ROOFING 

> SNMGU ROOFS • NOT aeors • RCPAiaS 

KASOtUtUniKiS 

CALL wtmME 424-4935 



"" TRUCK CAPS-HEW 

FROM $I69.9S 

PlNANCE-MQirtMv PavnMfits Avail- 
abtv-W* Acctpt Tradt-lml 

Junior Suttle 

Gm. Washington Hqwv. & Canal Or. 

Trta 17 North oH 1-64^ 

VISA & Master Charge 4tS-3700 

Ull-il 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

Homes & Custom 

Builders 

SALES OFFICE 

333 Providence Rd. 

CALL 464-9317 



Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday. August 6, 1980 23 

Beacher's learn 

Fashions focus on females 

ByCATETUTTLE 

Special to the Sun 

Each year, fashion magazines focus on a different 
part of the female body. Enthusiastically, they swoon, 
"If you've always lov«i the off-the-shoulder lopk. this 
is your ywu"!" or, "Those with small waists will want to 
go all out this spring.*' Y« in spite of these isolations, 
any woman old encwgh to have been through a few 
summers knows that every year is a leg year. 

With summer here, you may say it's too late to ^ 
your legs in better shape. However, you can visibly tone 
legs in just one month, and if you work at it, your legs 
can improve right along with your tan! An added plus— 
the following leg exercises can fit right in with 
something else you're already doing. 

Fortunately, one of the best leg exercises is very easy. 
You can do it anytime you are standing still. Simply 
squeeze tight the muscles of your buttocks and thighs 
for approximately three seconds and then relax. Great 
for outer and inner thighs and the buttocks, this alter- 
nate tensing and relaxing should be done as many times 
as possible whenever you think of it. While you're sit- 
ting, you can adapt this exercise by repeatedly tensing 
one thigh and then the other. This is marvelous for 
reducing fat and firming the long muscles on the back of 

the leg. 

Add flexibility and shape to your calves while stan- 
ding by raising one leg slightly and rotating the ankle in 
each direction. Follow by tensing one calve and then the 
other. Remember, intermittant tensing and relaxing is 
ideal for keeping weight down and toning. 

Work on legs 

At the beach, you can work on your legs while 
soaking up the sun. To firm inner thighs, stand with feet 
wide-apart and slowly push them against the sand; 
moving feet toward each other as you do, by pointing 
first the toes inward and then the heels. 

Alternate back and forth, pushing toes and heels 
against the sand until your feet are almost together. 
Done right, you will finish with a little pile of sand bet- 
ween your feet. 

When you walk on the beach, slowly push the sand 
with your toes. This is great for firming. You can also 
tone legs by walking in knee-deep surf. The water 
resistance acts like weights and gives you lots of exercise 
in a short time. 

While sunning poolside, lie stomach-down on your 
towel, propped up on your elbows. As you read or listen 
to the radio, do leg lifts. Remember, keep your knees 
straight. Then turn over on your side, once again prop 
up on your elbow and move your free leg up and down 
with a scissor motion. Then make circles with toes first 
pointed and then flexed. Now kick your leg back and up 
to really get a workout on your buttocks and outer 
thighs. Switch sides and repeat. 




Meet 
Susan 
Miller 

YOUR NEW 

CLASSIFIED AD 

MANAGER 



Susan Miller is available Monday through Fridays 
from 8:30 a.m. to hkxm, and from 1 to 5 p.m. to place 
ycHir classified advertisement in The Virginia Beach 
Sun. 

Call Susan at 486-3430, and place your classified ad 
in The Virginia Beach Sun; you'll be glad you did. 

Why not give her a call today? 

486-3430 



Home repair costs up 

The cost of repairing a 
home has risen in the past 
years and in California 
alone construction costs 
have risen 35 percent. 

The cost of building 
materials has also in- 
creased with concrete 
alone rising 19 percent in 
1978 while gypsum board 
for walls rose 30 percent. 

Buying M 
exotic car? 

Some exotic cars today, 
such as a replica of a Stutz 
or an Excalibur have price 
tags of $100,000. 

These cars can be made- 
to-order with such items 
as gold-plated trim, 1am- 
bswool carpeting, cocktail 
bar, crystal ashtrays, TV 
and stereo set. 



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24 Virginia Be«;h Sun. Wednesday, August 6, 1980 



ma^m EUL\L\^m maim 



Puppet show presented 



The puppeteers of the Bayside Branch of the Virginia 
Beach Pulbic Library will stage a puppet show 
adaptation of **Where The Wild Things Are", a story 
by Maurice Sendak, on Friday, August IS at 2:30 p.m. 

The show is intended for children ages 6 to 12. 

The Bayside Branch library is located at 936 
Independence Boulevard. For more information, call 
the library at 464-9280. 



"The Stars Above: Pursuit of the Bear".^ 
Musqualde Indian legend, will be told by storytelter C. 
A. Pauley. It will be follwed by three movies: **Attio In 
the Wind". "The HooberWoob Highway" and "The 
Lost Sun". 

The progrm will last 50 minutes and is being offoml 
as a part of the Vir^nia Beach public library summer 
reading club. It will be the final story and movie 
program for the summer. 

The Great Neck Branch Library is located at 12S1 
Bayne Drive in the Hilltop area of the city, information 
about the story and movie program may be obtained by 
calling 481-6094. 



present a program of three films: "Dorothy and the 
Firelii^", "Sunshine" and "T^ Monkey Who Would 
be King". 

Later in the week, on Thursday, August 21» ^ 
library wiU hdd its sunmier remttig club awutis hour, 
the final activity d the year for the chib. Oerd&aies 
win be presented to all club membera, and tl^ film 
"Itodwarc Wars" will be shown. Tbe awarcb hour ^HH 
be hekl at 2:30 p.m. tt is intended only for (Mdnn ami 
young peopte «^ were members (rfth% 1^0 Sununer 
ReacUng Qub. 

Tbe Bayside Library is located at 936 Independence 
Boulevard. For more information ahoat either program, 
call 464-9280. 



Basketball registration begins 



The Boys' Qub of Virginia Beach, 4441 South 
Boulevard, is now taking registration for its sununer: 
basketball league. 

The league is open to boys ages nine to 13. 

For more informaion, call the Boys' Cub at the 
United Way Family Center, 499-2311. 



Nutritional workshop planned Design bookmarks 



The Oceanfront library will host a nutritional 
workshop every Tuesday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. 

The workshop is sponsored by the Rose Chiropractic 
Clinic, Virginia Beach. 

Call 463-2344 for more information. 



TTie Windsor Woods Branch <rf the Virginia Beach 
Public library invites children and young persons age 3 
to 16 to partidpate in a bookmark design compctitidn. 

TTie library is accepting entries from August 18 - 30. 

Entry forms and instructions may be obtained at the 
Wmdsor Woods Branch Library, 3612 South Plaza 
TVail. For more information, caU 340-1043. 



Hooberbloob Highway set 



A story and movie program for children six years of 
age and older will be held at' the Great Neck Branch of 
the Virginia Beach Public Library on Wednesday, 
August 20, at 1 1 a.m. 



Children's films set 



Two programs at the Bayside Branch of the Virginia 
Beach Public Library will feature films for children and 
young people 6 years of age and older. 

On Tuesday, August 19, at 11 a.m., the 4|6rkry will 



Sons of Italy meet 






Fw week of August 6*13 



For more complete forecast, read indications tor ytm 
Ascendant sign plus Birth ^n. To find yoiff Ascendant 
sign, count ahead itt>m Birth sign tl» numba* of ape 
indicated. 



ttee^f Alrtfe 

4 to f a.m. 

6 to S a.m. 
' 8 to 10 a.m. 

10 to Noon 
. Noon to 2 p.m. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 8 p.m. 

6 to 8 p.m. 

8 to 10 p.m. 

10 to Midnight 

Midnight to 2 a.m. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



ProbaMe Aseea^nt ^: 

Same as bir^ ^ 
First sign Iblioinng 

Second sip fbUowing 
Third sign following 

Fourth s^ f oltowisg 
Fifth si^ foQowing 
Sixth s^ fc^towa^ 

Seventh sign foUowli^ 

Eighth sign following 

Ninth sip foUo«ii^ 

Tenth sign foUowtaig 

Elewnth sign following 



ARIES: (March 21 to April 

19 — Also Aries Ascendaat) 
~ Go over budgt and plug 
up the leaks. Evaluate past, 
pres^it and future goals and 
get tfainp into the proper 
perspective. Real estate 
matters are f avor«I and co- 
operatioe from o^ers is 

I" yoiRs if you show cwsidera- 

TAURUS: (Aprtt 21 to May 

20 — Also Tami Asceni- 
Mt) - Be tactfBl and bend a 
littte in dealing «rith di»- 
greements on the home 
front Push yours^ at work 

i and you can m^ progren. 
fie careful wtth money tekl 
Jointiy - take no rMs. Don't 
count on a rame in |»y jo^ 



camsNb ^taju to jmm 

» - Alio GaBkH Aseeii. 



ant) — Make whai chan^ 
and impfOv^aM^bi «^^1ndi- 

cated on yow j<A. U^ your 
intuition and cr^tinre imagi- 
natiim. 0^ pe^ owld 
be ts^by, so we ti^ and 
d^omaey in yow d^iUi^. 
Btt»im partneri^ps are 
fav(»red. 

CAmam {hme 21 to Jaly 

22 — Atao Cue^ As^ad- 

iM) •— UmnarrM C^K*Gn- 

ans oQuld s^ Hm imld^ 
date now. I^rd work and «- 

fort wfll pay (rff on tte^, so 

^h^ it aU yM've got I^a- 

^venMst v^ fuafiy mm- 

btftssuM WtrmtA^ b^ig 

ovw^ed. 6^ sonw rert. 

LEO:(J^^«»Aiig.22- 

Abo hm AseM^M) — You 

Uf wamebem io tttttipite a 



new b4i^[i± Show what you 
can dii# work aaAm^&tka 
wi& notice. See a Aaetn- if 
any hd^ ptoblami arise — 
ettfi^ ^wr own or «mieone 
inyov^mily. 

VWmk (Ai^ 23 te S^t 
22 — Also Vkgo Ase«idaBt) 

— Goodie tor faoBM im- 
^cwmm^ md beautiflca- 
tion pn^cts. Stick wltt rou- 
tine tas^ at work and curb 
teiKk^Mses towani restless- 
nemi or b(»«dkmi. An ulea for 
fast itioQey p^eseifted iQr a 
friend '& too risky to consid- 
er. 

LBHU: (S^it. as te Oet 22 

— AIM XAm AsecmfeMt) -^ 
Tatoe cffire of Um-paymg m 
as iMit t|> be late. Be willing 
to fMit in overtime on the job 
and yra wiU be rewardi^. 
Msike contacts with superi- 
on aM important pe<^te 
who can help you pteh ahead 

SOHHnO: (0(^ 23 to Nov. 
21 — Mm Scwi^o Ai^nd- 

ant) - — Cfear away drills 
and art(A q> m mmy^f 
routine teaks. Display yowr 
tatoits ta' hones to ^^ awl 
yra eoold ^bs» MMy nitoa 

Ckfflsdt «Ep«fts hi m«tl»8 
€i flnaaee and Wm to tt^ 
»ivice. 

nAxxmAMomi mm. n 

teOee. 21 — )Uta*a^^Htai 
Aseendant) —Take any 
h^lth problems to a eom^ 
t«it doctor - take ^ ol 
fowselt Be ^tinMU mtk- 



ing asso^at» (Simot knmi- 
<fi^y see the valae irf yo^ 
im^^ttve «fe»GL Be dls^ 
cra^ in both nmaaee and 
Ummee. 



cAjnacmHi (joee, n m 

Jan. 19 — AIM Ctg^sfH 
^MieiidaBi) — Curb t^tency 
toward e^^ravagaiKe ~ not 
tb» time to ^nr^ Go ov^ 
iwdget i^M K^ a kNM^ 
one who cam plan with ym, 
U msaey is nested ffMr a ca- 
reer' project, now is a good 
time to 11^ a bank loan. 

AQUARIUS: <Jaa. 20 to 
Fd^ 18 •» Aho AiMNHHS Ai- 
c«i^at) — Omimn^ation 
lines are <q}en and you can 
get coop4»^tkni inm associ- 
ates on <mmr ptoju^s. Ro- 
maiMee is a son^^ ol great 
pelaave fnd all g»s wdU 
now. EaM work t^sions 
wito perte<te <rf ex^dse and 



The next regular monthly meeting of Roma Lodge 
#254, Scms of Italy, will be held on Monday, August 25 
at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse, 3097 Magic IMlow 
Boulevard, Virginia Beach. 

Members are urged to attend. 



Archaeology exhibit set 



An exhibit depicting the ardiaecdogical heritage of 
Virginia will be on display at the Oceanfront Branch of 
the Virginia Beach Public Library from Mgust 11 to 
September 19. 

The exhibit consists erf drawings, photographs aiKl 
artifacts . It has been o-eatcd by the Virginia Rescardi 
Center for Archaeology. The Center is a division of the 
Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission. 

The Oceanfront Branch Library is located at 1811 
Arctic Avenue. For more information, call the Ubrary at 
428-4133. 



Marine science program set 

On Monday, August 25, the Virginia Beach 
Department of Agriculture-4-H Division will sponsor a 
marine science program fOT people ages nine to 19. 

Being sponswed with the assistance of the Virginia 
Institute of Marine Science, participants will learn to 
identify types of fish and plants, investigate water 
movement and learn about the marshland areas of 
Virginia Beach. The number of participants is limited to 
thirty and will be made on a first come, first serve 
basis. For further information regarding time and 
location or to register call the 4-H (rfffce at 427-4617. 



n^^ <F^ It to Matefc 
2t— Abo Ptae» Ase«Mbi«t) 
— Tate no <AaMes wilti- r^* • « i 

™^ Md stm specui*.! Skm care workshop set 

tioB. Ymi'tt need ft to p^" "^ 

Utis. Cbtttoct 



people wito 
can bAp ^wr earner dreams^ 
to come true. Previous 
Uodai^Mifal dtepp^ur nnp 
m^ a tM^Mi voMffe 
(My (rff hMteN»^. 



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The Ramada Inn - Kterin^ will host a skin care 
workshop on August 7 tiutmgh 9, TTiursday to Satur- 
day, from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 8 to 10 p.m. 

Ilie program is sponsored by Phase II Systems, San 
Jose, CA. 

Call 422-0742 or 428-1344 for more infornuiti(m. 



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ClassiHed 
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'%ivi(fg in Virginia Beach is like living in two cities, ** said six year Virginia Beach resident Dan McNamara. "In 
the summer the Beach is fast paced, and active. Whereas, in the winter months it's quiet ami very pkKid. ** Mc- 
Namara, a Michigan native, is employed with the Virginia Betwh postal system. He hm studied /^ychoioghy at the 
Bem:h txmipus of Ti<kvHiter Comnmnity Coil^e, but left school to work full time. He enjoys all sports, par- 
ticularly racquetball. His special interests include music. McNamara enjoys dining at the Ringside Restaurant; and 
dancing at the Cape Henry Club. He is single, and lives in the resort section of Virginia ^ach. 




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2 Vir^nia Beach Sun, Wednesday* August 13. 1960 







Every Sunday local residents venture out to the burrow pit near the F.O.P. Lodge. It is posted: Not Trespassing; and has been 
the scene of several drownings in recent years. 



Water may befriend, and enemy 



Beach residents not safety conscious 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor, 

The Virginia Beach Sun 

"The key to preventing drownings in Virginia 
Beach," said Virginia Beach aquatic coordinator Alice 
Striffler," is teaching local residents to swim, and 
respect the water." 

Since 1970 reported drownings in Virginia Beach 
total 124, which according to Stiffler is not exceedingly 
high. 

"For the amount of water in and around this area," 
she said, "124 drownings in 10 years is not that many. 
But don't get me wrong. It's a sad thing whenever 
anybody drowns; it's a shame." 

^ Drownings hard to prevent 

I>ownings, like murders, are imposssible to predict 
and very hard to prevent. Anyone can drown, according 
to the situaticxi. 

"People of different ages, and swimming abilities 
drown everyday," Striffler said, "it really depends on 
the situaticm. ' 

"For example, many people drown at the beginning 
fo the warm weather season because they overestimate 
their wwaming abilities., ^ 

"S<»ic people panic in the water when emergencies 



arise, like when a boat is sinking and the victim's first 
reaction is to get to safety. Tliey will jump overboard 
and swim toward the shore. But, unless that person 
knows his abilities, they run a high risk of drowning 
before they reach it. 



"In general, many drownings 
occur because of people's 
negligence, or their own 
stupidity"— Striffler 




"I also know of another example, a bit unique, where 
a 55 year old man was floating or a rubber raft, had a 
heart attack, fell in the water and drowned. NcXhing 
cmild have been done to prevent such an incident." 

As the chart indicates, many drowning occur in the 
ocean waters; but many drownings also occur in 
lifeguard supervised swimming pods. 

"In the ocean," Stiffler said, "swimmers and 



non-swimmers alike have to contend with strong 
undertow currents, winds, and sometimes rip ti<tes. 

"Many times tourists from the North or Mid-West 
have no conception whatsoever to such phenomenon. 
Even if you explain it, they stiU don't understand. 
Many times those are the ones who drown in the ocean. 

"But, on the other hand, many drownings, or at least 
potentially fatal accidents may occur in supervised 
swimming pods because of the diving board. People 
will dive in on top of each other; or, people will dive in, 
hit the bottom, and break their necks. 

"hi general, many drownings occur because of 
people's negligence, or their own stupidity. People 
must learn to respect the water, and understand its 
potential danger. That's why Virginia Beach offers 
swimming classes year round for small children all the 
way up to senicH* citizens." 

Community not aware 

Striffler said basically, the Virginia Beach community 
is not water safety conscious enough; and therein lies 
the reascm for many needless drownings. 

"Parents dcm't understand the dangers erf the water 
and it's ironic,"; Striffler said. "Because Virginia Beach 

(See TRESPASSING puge 4) 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 13, 1^^ 3 



Virginia Beach Drownings 



January 1970 through July, 1980 




5-24, 'rao Mock Croatan fieach 

6-19, ilM^ttOd Ocean 

6^1 1 , Lyndiavmi iU v^ 

i»U, Lyaatavoi River 

6-16, 0^ b^idi, south boundary to Fort Story 

7-21 , 3036 Undale Road - Lymihaven Bay 

8-16, 34th and Oc^ui Front 

12-4, Waterway, inner Little Creek Harbor 

1971 Drownings 

5-12, Sandpit on Oliver's Farm, Haygood RcMid 

6-1 S, 69th and Ocean Front 

6-21 , 6th and Ocean Front 

7-4, 424 Talden Avenue 

7-16, Sandpit off of South Birdneck Road 

7-18, East side of Bubba's marina and west side of 

Lesner Bridge 
8-13, One half mile north of North Carolina sute line 

on beach, Sandbridge 
9&12, Steel Pier 



1972 Drownings 



2-1 , Pier 1 1 , Amphibious Base, Little Creek 

64, 6272 Shenstone Circle 

6-4, 5272 Sienstone Circle 

6-13, 2772 Spigel Drive 

7-2, Southside of Lynnhaven Inlet 

7-17, Gravel pit oh South Lynnhaven and Bow Creek 

Blvd. 
7-18, Ocean and 37th and 5 1st 
7-21, Boat ramp/Pocahontas and Trojan Water Fowl 

Management area 
07-22, End of Pretty Lake Drive 
8-21 , 5th and Ocean I¥ont 
9-6. Route 4, Box 4235 



1973 Drownings 



4-73, Unknown* 

5-73, Unknown* (2 victims) 

6-11, Sandpit, Baker Road and Sandpit Road 

6-22, LaPlaya Motel, 33rd & Ocean Front 

6-30, State Park, 64th Street, Extended 

7-4, ^th Street and Oc^ui Front 

7-6, 4050 H. Witchdttck Road 

7-6, Lynnhaven Brif^, S-E Lesner Bridge 

7-14, 3 Ist Street and Ocean Front 

7-14. W. Side 2nd Brid^, Chesapeake Bay 

7-14, 1001 Bardley Square (Swimming Pool) 

7-20, Chesapeake Bay 

7-25, 669 Chesopeian Point ^ 

8-11, Beach, Lynnhaven Fishing Pier, Chesapeake Bay 



Beach drownings separated into categories: 

Ocean Front Pools 



8-24, 3^ ^eet and Ocean Front 

8-24, 3*^1 Beac(m Lane 

9-5, Uk^ in bKk^i^^ Lookout Road 

12-12,&K^Bay(2Wdims) 

*3 drcMyngs were R^lassified from Death In- 

ve8tigati<m to A^idental Drowning. Therefore, dates 

and lodrtions are unknown. 



1974 Drownings 



2-1-, 3109 Basin Road 

2-26. Cavalier Yacht St Country Club, Cardinal Road* 

3-8, Thimble Shells Channel, near Buoy 14 

4-13, Lake Smith - Approximately 100 yds off north 

shore 
5-4, N^tf Buoy 1 2, Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel 
5-20, 49th Street and Ocean Front* 
6-30, Bret's Landing, off Buzzard Neck Road 
7-5, B^veen 12th & 13th Streets 
7-1 1 , W«t side of Lynnhaven Inlet, Lesner Bridge 
7-13, Kona Kai Motor Pool 
7-23, Samipit, S. Birdneck Road (Behing F.O.P.) 
8-15, Vi mile west of Chesaprake Bay Bridge Tunnel 
8-15, 820 Diamond Springs Road (Swimming Pool)* 
9-2, Beneath Long Creek Bridge 
9-5, 716 S. Atlantic Avenue 
*Cause of drownings undetermined, (no witn^ses). 



1975 Drownings 



4-20, 241 7 Inlynnvicw Drive (Swimming Pool) 

4-18, In lake behind 729 Lake Edward Drive (3 victims) 

5-6, 1^ Block, Baker Road 

5-21 , Sandpit, S. Lynnhaven & Clubhouse Road 

5-26, Toy Lake 

5-30, Lakewood, Midway down 64th Street 

6-3, 5195 Sharon Wve 

6-15, New Light & Recreation Pit 

6-15, Pungo Ferry Marina 

7-3, 19th Street and Ocean Front 

7-3, 18th Street and Ocean Front 

8-27, 2500 Block Sandfiddler Road 

8-29, Mdibu Palms Apartments (Swimming Pool) 

1 1-27, 5815 West Hastings Court (Bathtub) 

1976 Drownings 

4-17y Attantic Ocean 7 miles east of Sandbridge 

(2vktim) 
6-6,4M40c«m 
6-1 l,Ikn 14^ Naval Base 
6-12, 436 Southside Drive 
7-14, 57th &0(^n 

7-17, 6tth Street extended-Seashore State Park 
7-27, 27th & Ocean 
8-4, nth & Ocean 



8-7, 25th A Ocean 

12-19, Burrow pit behind 59^ Sandpit RmhI (Hi^h 
pened 12-19-76 but not tallied until 1-26-7^ 



1977 Drowmngs 



1-5, 684 Old Dam Nedc Road 

1-28. Vi mile southwest of Lesner Bridge (Marsh Area) 

4-22, Pond behind FOP Lodge 

5-3, Behind 2417 Sadler Court 

6-1, 44th & Atlantic 

6-2, Little Creek Amphibious Base (Had been fishing in 

^yarea) 
6-2, Same asabove 
6-5, Chesapeake Bay - Just off Little Creek Amphibious 

Base 
6-9, Chesapeake Bay near Thimble Shoals 
6-10, Same as above 
6-10, Chesapeake Bay 
7-2, Little Creek (Jetty) 
7-18, 64th Street exten»on (The Narrows) 
7-19, Sandpit behind FOP Lodge 
7-30, Cavalier Hotel Beach 
8-9, Sandpit behind FOP Lodge 
9-2, Lake adjacent to 1 8 1 2 LeGare Lane 
9-23, 11th & Ocean 
10-10, 26th & Ocean 






1978 Drownings 



4-15, Lynnhaven Bay 

5-1 1 , 298 1 Virginia Beach Blvd. (Swimming Pool) 

5-25, Approximately 2 miles west of third island of 

Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel 
6-4, Sandpit Green Meadows Drvie 
6-17, 40th & Ocean 

7-14, Area of Hog Island (Off Cape Charles) 
8-26, 15th « Ocean 
8-26, 3 1st Ocean 
9-2, 57th & Ocean 



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1979 Drownings 



5-29, 3528 Bow Street (Private Pool) 

6-10, Burrow pit at dead-end of Larry Avenue 

8-7, 18th Street ^ 

7-1, 15th Street 

10-29, Lake at Windsor Lake Apts. 

8-26, 3958 Water Oak Road (Windsor Lake) 

8-29, 74th Street 

8-29, 4700 Lauderdale Avenue (Chesapeake Beach) 

12-30, 64th Street, Narrows 






1980 Drownings 



Lakes 



5-24-70 

6-19-70 

6-16-70 

8-16-70 

6-15-71 

6-21-71 

8-13-71 

9-21-71 

7-18-72 

8-21-72 

7-4-73 

7-14-73 

8-24-73 

5-20-74 



7-5-74 

8-15-74 

7-3-75 

7-3-75 

4-17-76 

6^7C 

7-14-76 

7-27-76 

8-4-76 

8-7-76 

6-1-77 

7-30-77 

9-23-77 

10-10-77 



6-17-78 

8-26-78 

8-26-78 

9-2-78 

8-7-79 

7-1-79 

8-29-79 

7-18-71 

7-2-72 

8-11-73 

8-27-75 

8-29-79 



7-4-71 

6-13-72 

7-22-72 

9-6-72 

6-22-73 

7-14-73 

8-24-73 

2-26-74 

7^13-74 

8-15-74 

4-2P-75 

6-3-75 

8-29-75 

5-11-78 

5-29-79 



6-4-72 

7-6-73 

7-25-73 

9-5-73 

2-1-74 

4-13-74 

6-30-74 

4-18-75 

5-26-75 

6-12-76 

5-3-77 

9-2-77 

10-29-79 

8-26-79 



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1-12. Back Bay 








Burrow Pits 


64th St. 

5-30-75 


6-11-70 


Misc. 




5-12-71 


12-12-73 


1-28-77 


7-16-71 


6-30-73 


7-21-70 


3-8-74 


6-2-77 


7-17-72 


7-17-76 


12-4-70 


5-4-74 


6-2-77 


6-11-73 


7-18-77 


10-13-71 


7-11-74 


6-5-77 


7-23-74 




2-1-72 


9-2-74 


6-9-77 


5-6-75 




7-21-72 


9-5-74 


6-10-77 


5-21-75 




4-73 


6-15-75 


7-2-77 


6-15-75 




5-73 


11-27-75 


4-15-78 


--m 12-19-76 




7-6-73 


6-11-76 


5-25-78 


4-22-77 




7-14-73 


7-30-76 


7-14-78* 


9-19-77 




7-20-73 


1-5-77 


4-\2-m 


8-9-77 










6-4-77 










6-10-79 











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4 Virginia Botch Sun, Wednesday, August 13, 1980 



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Trespassing laws at burrow pit not enforced 



^oMJaned froa p^e 2) 

kkts are exposed to water everyday ^ their fives; 
everywhere they ga 

**fai iKklitkn to the obvious ocean and lakes wfaidi 
abound in this area, every time a new resklential 
subdivision goes up ther k usually a man-made burrow 
pit whk:h accompanies it. And if for some reason a pit is 
not made by contractors, man-miuk lakes or poods are 
dug for visual appearaance and beautificatran. 

"Many times, with the amount of water around, 
parents will send their children out to play and have no 
idea where they do. b*s a good way to get the 



youngsters oitt of their hair for a few Imurs. Instead, the 
paretts should take their chOten to one of the 
numerous community pools and enjoy the water with 
them, rm sure the would ott the number di drowning 
of young children." 



Burrow (Mts, whidi are mmerous m Virginia Beadi 
as^^U as other cities, have been the came of many 
dr^rdings in recent years. Ibey are unsupervised, and 
not considered a (^an, healthy swimming environ- 
ment. 



Striffler sutes that in her opmion, the pits should be 
fenced in and closed <M from {mbUc access. 

'*Burrow pits are dangerous," ^riffler said, "they 
should be put off limit* to everyooe for twfmmii^. 
Feopte know they don't bekiog hi ttem, but many times 
people without much sense swim m th^m. And 
sometimes, they drown.'* 

One particular burrow pit, near theFnttemal Order 
(tf Police Lodge at the intersection of MrcfaieckRoKi and 
General Booth Boulevard, has been the scene df several 
drownings in years past. Ahhough it is posted with no 
trespassing signs, it is owned 1^ a pri^tte mdtvidual 
and the no trespassing signs around it are not enforced' 
by local police. 




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**Burrow pits are dangerous, 
they should be put off limits to 
everyone for swimming. 
People know they don't belong 
in them' '—Striffler 



BiffTow pits look Hke fun, but may be deadly. 



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'That burrow pit does iKit belong^ to tl» poUce 
department," said Virginia Beach police^sergeant D. C. 
Watson, "even though it is within a half mile of the 
F.O.P. lodge. 

"There are no trespassing signs up around it, but we 
don't enforce them for two reasons. 

"First of ail, we don't get complaints about it 
because the owner does not live near it. He is a imvate 
individual who spends a k)t (tf time in Europe. 
Secoo(fiy, gettmg to the pit to patrol it is so difficnk, 
that we don't even take our four wheel drhre vehicles 
back ther." 



Rsiidf UtS : 



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b essem^e, local law enforcement authoHties vbA city 
employees seem helf^ss to deter swkmnen from 
swimndng anywhere they i^ase. ftit it b not the witter 
in itself that is dangerous. Feopte who can't swim well 
bring the danger upon themselves when they enter it. 

"We must teach the residents of ^tgWa Beach 
water safety," &riiier said, "but we must use the 
right technique. 

"There is too mudi water in and around Virginia 
Beach for the local authorities to patrol regubu^ for 
swimmers who may drown themselves. It people, 
uiduding hidividual residents and parents, (fon't take 
the time and have the initiative to teadi tl^mselves, 
and their children to swim, what can we do. The 
instructional services are there for those vdio want to 
learn to swim to do so. But you'd be surprised Ikiw 
many people don't even know the cfty sponsors swim 
classes for local residents all the tioM. 

"People call us everyday askmg about classes and 
are surprised to learn that we offer as much as we do. 
Again, the instructional services are there for the 
people who would just take advantage (tf them.' 

(See CITY pate S) 



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Drownings occur even in supervised pools. Learning to 
swim is a life saver. 



City provides swim services 

(Continued from page 4) 
Swim classes ahniys offrred 

In the summer, the Virginia Beach Department of 
Parks and Recration offers eight week swim sessions 
which include classes for beginners, advanced begin- 
ners, intermediates, and swimmers. In addition, 
evening classes are regularly held for those who work 
during the day, but still wish to take swimming lessons. 
During the Fall. Winter, and Spring, all Virginia 
Beach fourth graders attend swim classes at the 
Kcmpsville recreation center, and the United Family 

(See PARKS page 7) 



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"I reaUy Uke the Sun." said Virginia Beach 7- 
Eleven employee, Nick Andrada. 

"Many times customers come into the store to 
get a Slurpee," the three month onployee said, 
"and want to know what's going on in Virginia 
Beach. I tdl them, if they want to know about 
local news and entCTtainment to read The Sun; 
because that's what The Sun is all about. 



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Sun Atlantic Avenue Locations 



The Dunes Motor Inn, 10th and Oceanfiront 
Ban's Pharmacy, 17th and Atlantic 
Aquarius Motel, 19th and Oceanfront 
Ivanhoe Motel, 21st and Oceanfront 
House of Gifts, 2202 Atlantic Avenue 
Ringside Restaurant, 2108 Atlantic Avenue 
The Original Sub Shop, 21 14 Atlantic Avenue 
The Marjac, 22nd and Oceanfront 



Nautilus Gift Shop, ^06 Atlantic Avenue 
News Center, 23rd and Atlantic 
Ingraham Pharmacy, 207 25th Street 
Princess Anne Motel. 25th and Oceanfront 
SinMnons Hioto, 25th and Atlantic 
The Seahawk Motel, 26th and Oceanfront 
The Broadwalk Inn, 26th and Atlantic 
Sea n* Sun Motel, 29th and Oceanfi-ont 



^ Gulfstream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 
Ocean House ResUurant, 31st and Atlantic 
Ocean Ranch Motel. 32nd and Oceanfront 
Peter Pan Pancakes, 33rd and Atlantic 
La Playa Motel, 33rd and Oceanfront 
Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 
Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and Atlantic 
Fireside Bock Shop. 3113 Pacific Avenue 



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Ptot Office, 24th and Atlantic 
tfoiiday bin, 25th and Oceanfront 
Sheraton Motor bin. 36th and Oceanfront 



Ramaibi bm, 57th and Oceanfi-ont 

Lake Wright Motor Loc^e, Morthai^ston Boulevard 

Wmn Dixie, Parkway SlH)ppii« Center 



Big Star, Lynnhaven Parkway and Green Run 
Safeway, Lynnhaveh Parkway and Hottand Road 
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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 13, 1980 7 



Should swimmers be allowed to swim in unsupervised areas, and die? 



By GREG OOLDFARB, editor. 
The Virginia Betcb Sun ' 

As early as 1971, the Virginia Beach school 
board proposed a public referendum which would 
make it mandatory for all children in Virginia 
Beach to learn to swim; but it was defeated. The 

local taxpayers did not 
deem water safety worthy 
of their hard earned 
dollars. 

At that time, according 
to school board member 
Reva Kelberg, the only 
thing close to a public 
swimming pool was 
located at the Cavalier 
Hoteli which according to 
Kelberg, "wasn't the best 
facility in the world to 
learn to swim.'* (The 
Kempsville recreation cen- 
ter with a 50 meter pool 
did not open until May, 
1976.) 

Today, Virginia Beach residents may learn to 
swim at the Kempsville center, as well at the Bow 
Creek recreation center. In addition, the city 
utilizes local apartment complex pools to conduct 
swim classes. 

During the Summer, the Kempsville recreation 
center has slots available for 1840 swim students. 
But according to local swim instructors, only 
about three fourths of the slots are filled annually. 
Evening classes, however, are usually filled. For 
the city's fourth graders, there are 820 slots an- 
nually for swim students between two locations; 
neither of which have been used to capacity. 
Virginia Beach has attempted to fill a "void," 




Ooldfarb 



which according to Kelberg, the school board at- 
tempted to fill with the attempted passage of the 
early bond referendum. Since then, Beach of- 
ficiids hsLVp recognized the dangers of water to the 
inexperienced swimm^, and have been attempting 
to deal with a problem which takes the lives of 
Virginia Beach residents every year. 

"It never hurts to teach a person to swim," 
Kelberg said, "even if that person has no plans to 
swim regularly. There are'tnany water activities at 
the Beach, and many time parents will Uke if for 
granted that their children will learn to swim. 

"In the past, local civic groups, or local Parent/ 
Teacher Associations (PTA's) have sent their 
children to the Norfolk Y.M.C.A. or to the Boys' 
Club for swimming instruction before there were 
any facilities for swim instruction at the Beach. 

"Now, however, we still have drownings; some 
by tourists, some by local residents. The tourists 
can't be controlled, but we should be able to take 
measures to k^ our kids from jumping into 
burrow pits. The pits would not be dangerous if 
the children knew how to swim. 

"We must teach people that water can be both a 
friend, and an enemy. Water can be fun, but many 
times people don't know their limitations, and 
they over-extend themselves and drown. 

"Everyone needs to know water safety: Adults 
and children. And with the number of instruc- 
tional swim services available to Beach residents, 
there is no reason for people not to be able to un- 
derstand the water, enjoy the water, and stay 
alive." 

According to local swim authorities, even 
though the ocean ranks number one in taking the 
lives of swimmers annually, it is not the mult of 
local lifeguards. They are reportedly well twined, 



and drilled regularly for competence. But with tfw 
miles and miles of shoreline around Virginia 
Beach, and the throngs of people who swim at the 
city's beaches, by the law of averages, someone 
will drown. 

In terms of ratios, city ordinance dictates that 
swimming pools must have one lifeguard per 75 
swimmers. The Kempsville pool has five lifeguar- 
ds per 80 swimmers. On the beaches, it is only a 
guess how many people come under the purview 
of each lifeguard. 

We can't expect lifeguards to act like Gods and 
protect the non-swimmers who do not have 
enough sense to protect themselves. Likewise, it is 
hard to protect those who try to commit suicide 
for example, from killing themselves if they want 
to, even though it is against the law . 

As long as people are allowed to swim, people 
will drown. Just like as long as people continue to 
drive, there will always continue to be traffic 
fatalities. The only difference is, that licensed 
drivers are supposed to know their, and the car's 
limitations. Swimming doesn't require a license. It 

should. 

City council should enact an ordinance which 
would outlaw swimmers from swimming in un- 
supervised areas, such as secluded lakes, and 
burrow pits. But, there's always those who will in- 
sist, "don't tell me where to swim;" just like there 
are'those who will insist, "don't tell me 1 can't 
take my own life, by suicide." 

It's sad. For those inexperienced swimmers who 
end up drowning, or those who deliberately kill 
themselves, they never seem to suffer. It's only 
we, the survivors who suffer, after they've 
fulfilled their selfish desires and are gone. 



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Parks and Recreation will sponsor mass swim registration in Pembroke, Sept. 16-20. 



(Continued from page 5) 

Wav center. 
"With the number of swim services offered to 




**With the number of swim 
services offered to Virginia 
Beach residents by the city, 
there is no reason for anyone 
living at the Beach not to be 
able to swim''— Striffler 



swimming. I want to encourage as many people as I can 
to learn to swim. But the important thing to remeniber 
sothat they must learn to swim properly, using the right 
teaching techniques. 

"I mean, don't take your child to the shoreline and 
throw them in and expect them to learn to swim on their 
own. That's a big mistake. Instead, bring them to 
professionab who know how to o-ient children to the 
water slowly and correctly." 



Doo't swim alode! 



In light of the fact 
non-swimmers drown 



that swimmers, as 
annually, Striffler 



well as 
reminds 



Virginia Beach residents of two tried and tfue rules for 



swunmers: 



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"First, don't swim alone," she said. 

"I've been swimming for a long time and I still will 
not swim without someone along with me. 

"And secondly, don't under any condition swim in 
any unsupervised areas, such as man-made lakes or 
burrow pits." 



Register for swim classes 

The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Reaeation is sponsoring mass registration for swim 
classes Sept. 16 through 20 at Pembroke Mall. All 
Beach residents, regardless of age, are invited and 
enccniraged to sign up! 



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Virginia Beach residents by the city", Striffler said, 
"there is no reason why anyone living at the Beach not 
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"I used to deliver The Sun when I was 13 
years old," said SUNshine girl Laurie Wall, 
"but after only doing it for six months, I was 
let go because they started mailing the papers 
out. 

•*I remember I used to make $13 for putting 
the papers in my little bicycle basket and 
taking them around the neighborhood. It was 
fun.*' 

Wall, the 18 year old daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Kermit F. Wall, has always enjoyed 
reading The Sun, and thought it would be fun 
to be a SUNshine girl. 

"My family subscribes to The Sun," the 
1980 Bayside High School graduate said, "and 
I've been watching the SUNshine girls every 
week. 

"I thought it would be neat to be one, so, 
one d^y when I had gone to King's Dominion, 
my mother called The Sun office and set up an 
appointment for me. I agreed to do it because 
it would be a good experience for me, and I 
wanted to see what it was like." 

At Bayside, Wall was president of the Keyet- 
te Club; and active on various school commit- 
tee, such as, prom, graduation, and 
homecoming. 

In the Fall, she plans to attend the American 
Business and Fashion Institute, Charlotte, 
North Carolina, to study fashions. 

Wall has one brother, Robert, 22, who at- 
tends officer cadet school in Newport, Rhode 
Island. She and her family live in the Lake 
View Shores section of Virginia Beach. 

Her hobbies include water sking, swimming, 
and going to the beach . 

Her favorite Beach restaurant is Orion's 
Roof; and favorite nightspot is Peabody's. 

Wall sai^ even though she will go away to 
school soon, she will return to Virginia Beach. 

"I love this area," she said, "and I plan to 
come back here as soon as I can. There is 
always plenty of things to do here. I like the 
people, and the change of seasons." 




Laurie Wall enjoys playing the piano. 




Reading is one of WalPs hobbies. 




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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 13, 19S0 9 



City Council must disclose 



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ByLEECAHILL 

Sun Qty Council c(HTapondent 

The long-awaited disclosure law, considered and 
reconsidered, chewed on but not quite digested, has 
finally been approved by Virginia Beach aty Council by 
a vote of 9-2. 

Voting against the (refinance were Councibnan 
Qarence A. Holland who noted, *'I haven't seen any 
turn into a better or worse government because of the 
'sunshine' laws," and Mayor J. Henry McCoy, Jr., who 
didn't like the idea of being called on the carpet before 
the Personnel Board, a creation of City Council. 

The "preamble" to the ordinance gives as a reason 
for the ordinance, a way to enhance public confidence 
in the workings of government as well as in the elected 
and appointed officials. 

Coundhnan Barbara Henley and Councilman John 
A. Baum put the ordinance together with the help of 
city attorney Dale Bimson and contributions firom other 
Ccnmcil members. 

The disclosure ordinance covers members of the CSty 
Council, the planning commission and the city 
manager, city attorney, city clerk, real estate assessor, 
direaor of jrfanning, director of public works, director 
of finance, director <rf economic development, director 
of permits and inspections and directed of public 
utilities. 

They will have to file a disclosure form showing 
interests of themselves and their immediate fomilies 
living in the same househdd in real estate and sources 
of income where the income is over $2,500 from one 

source. 

Ihey will also be required to list gifts in excess of 
$100 from persons other than the inmiediate family in 
or outside the same household, and other than political 
contributions reported under general law. 

The ordinance calls for the Personnel Board to 
administer and enforce the ordinance. 

Henley pointed out that any body Council selects. to 
administer the ordinance would be a Council-appointed 

body. 

Baum added that Personnel Board has never been 
considerd political or partisan ^d "would seldom be 
used» in my opinion." 

Holland said he had problems with the ordinance 
although he had nothing against it or anything to hide. 
He said it may backfire in that people who are qualified 
may be discouraged by the form. 

Baum said he didn't know that it would do any good. 

Councilman Reid Ervin noted that ironically, the 
"Sunshine" or open government laws are i^issed areas 
where there is no need for them. 

Councilwoman Meyera Obemdorf said, "We're the 
closest government to the people. Let's go the extra 
mile to assure tl^m... I have yet to hear anyone who 
isn't convinced that everybody in elective office isn't on 
the take...rm tired (Shaving someoiw...throwing up at 
you that someone's making money out of this." She 
added that it may be embarrassing for some, who have 
nothing to put on them, to fill out the forms. 

Holland pointed out that where else do the people 

know you and your business better -tiMtfi right In your 

own hometown. 
Coundlman PsatridE L Standby said he wageredlhat 

the first time the owfeuBice » «sed b irtiere sooKone 

inadvertently neglects to put $2,500 in imxme on the 

form. 

Unlike other lcgislatt»s, Obenwlorf said that no 
Council member receives gifts or honorariums for 
speiddng or ofifcrs of free trips. 

Baum lasted at the hypocrisy <rf the Ugislature 
which passed the Freedom erf toformrtion Act but 
excluded members of the Cjeaes4 itosctnbly. 

Oberndorf said that passi^ rflie «i*nance would 
make Council "stand taUer."*^^ ^^- 

Ervin said it's still a question, c^^rust. If this 
convinces one more person, it's worth-kj he said. "I 
don't tiiink anyone wUl forget $25100." 

Our Ofwa referendum 

Virginia Beach Qty Council is calling fo^^an advisory 
referendum involving the hanosexual pubUca^ion Our 



Own but is planning to make sure Council is not placed 
in the same position again. 

Supporters erf tte question which will be on the 
referendum want to keep Our Own out of Virginia 
Beach's public libraries. The publication had been 
distributed from the Public Library until church groups 
objected. Now one copy is permitted in the reference 
section, but the opposition doesn't want any copies in 
the library. 

But whatever the citizens decide in november, 
Council is not bound to take any action. Some members 
think a referendum which can resuh in no action is 
useless. 

The question, which received the required number of 

signatures, is: 

"Shall publications whose primary purpose is to 
depict or advocate by picture or word, homosexual acts 
be displayed, distributed or received into the public 
libraries of the city of Virginia Beach?" 

Council Monday afternoon by a vote of 10-1 called for 
the referendum because it was required to do so by law 
but added a section stating that "The forewarding of 
this resolution shall constitute neither endorsement nor 
rejection of the question drafted by the petitioners." 

Council also voted unanimously to look at the 
particular charter provision referring to advisory 
referendums at the time Council considers Charter 
changes with the idea of changing the section. 

Councibnan John A. Baum, who voted for the 
addition (rf the section but voted against the resolution 
calling for the referendum, said that he did not 
understand " the necessity of the General Assembly 
passing such a law and then making it mandatory that 
we vote on the law. I don't know of any place where 
we're forced to vote yes." 

He said it was ridiculous and uncjUled for and 
preferred that the whole council vote the resolution 
down md make it a court test. "There are a lot of 
uncomfortable things about tiiis job and I have had 
people try to tell me how to vote and that's never been 
successftil. i rather we fought it... it looks like 
somethmg passed hastily." 

The item was on the consent agenda, a group of 
generally routine items considered with one vote, but 
was removed at the request of Baum for discussion. 

Mayor J. Henry McOay Jr. said that one person had 
signed up to speak on the item, but this is not permitted 
with consent agenda items. 

aty attorney Dale Bimson said that the code allowed 
Council no leeway and required it to call the 
referendum. • 

Councilwoman Meyera Obemdorf said that since the 
dty was bound to approve the referendum, she 
suggested the addition explaining Council's position 
because "those were not the words of Council <» the 
petition." 

McCoy agreed with Baum that die law "does put us 
in an awkward position." 

Coum^hnan Patrick L Staiufing said that he had a 
problem with referendums. "We can't run the 
government by referendums. it concerns me very much 
that we are on the road to a court test." 

Coimcihnan Reid Ervin said that tte weakness in tte 
code promion is that it's advisory. Why put citizens to 
tte «jq)ense<rfa rcfcreiMlwn wten it's only advisory? 

te asked. 

Councilman Clarence I^sUand agreed. 

Ojundhnan DonaM Merrick pointed out that the 
citizens were "going to have quite a few levers to pull" 
in tte Novemter Presidential election with four 
constitutk»al«meii(hnents, tte proposed dty road and 
water and sewer referendums and now the advisory 
referendum. 

Councilwoman Barbara Henley said, "I may te for 
referendums (CMjemdorf had also said ste was for 
referendums) but not for rubter stamping." Then she 
suggested looking into a charter change. 

E^bt niore streets 

If the State Department of Highways and Transporta- 
ticm indudes eight additional streets in the prunary 
e?ftension system, the city will receive an additional 



$150,000 annually in maintenance payments. 

The extension of maintenance funds is possible 
under a policy adopted by the Commission on July 17. 
Since 1959 the Commission had not increased the 
primary extension mileage in any dty in the State. 
Before a street could qualify it had to te designated a 
primary extensicMi and this could only te done by giving 
up the designation on another street. 

Now the Commission will add streets to each 
locality's primary extension system if they meet certain 

(See I |M«e 10) 



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I Love America 



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(Continued from page 9) 

requirements including a traffic count of at least 15.000 
vehicles a day. 

City manager George L Hanbury said there are eight 
highways in the Beach which meet the new standards. 
They include First Colonial Road from Great Neck Road 
to Virginia Beach BcHiIevard, Providence Road from 
Military Highway to kempsville Road, Indian River 
Road from Military Highway to Kempsville Road, 
Holland Road from Route 44 to Princess Anne Road, 
Rosemont Road from Virginia Beach Boulevard to 
Holland Road, Newtown/Haygood Road from Virginia 
Beach Boulevard to Independence Boulevard, Lynn- 
haven Parkway from North Lynnhaven Road to Princess 
Anne Road and Oceana Boulevard from Virginia Beach 
Boulevard to Princess Anne Road and oceana 
Boulevard from Virginia Beach Boulevard to Princess 
Anne Road. 

Council Mcmday afterno<»i approved a resoluticm 
asking the Commission to include the streets. 



I Love America - ittft* 



R. L "Buddy" Riggs promises Virginia Beach a 
"star-studded" I Love America Program on Dec. 5 and 

Riggs. who initiated the observance last year when 
he served on Qty Council, told Council Monday 
afternoon that big name people would be lured to the 
area and on Saturday, Dec. 6 will be the "largest 
parade Tidewater has ever seen." He hopes every high 
school band in the seven cities will participate along 
with colleges. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars and other groups. 

Wearing an I Love America knit shirt and ready with 
more I Love America Tee shirts, he said that, "We 
don*t want to deny anyone the right to participate. It's 
their right to express love for their country." 

There's no reason why every business and every 
home should not have a flag waving outside, he said. 
He promised "a lot of fun" and said Council members 
would all be invited to participate. 



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As a starter, Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. jffodalmed 
Dec. 5 I Love America Day and asked Virginia BcMh 
citizens, all organizatioDS and sister dties to joui in the 
observance. 

Last year on Dec. 5» Rigg$ chartered an airfriane to 
pull a banner that pcoclainied, *i Love America.'* 

Ilie taaks arc here 

For all those people in Virginia Beach who like to 
pretend that those water tanks are not there, take 
heart. 

The city is gdng to quit painting the words "Virginia 
Beach" on the tanks as it's been ddng much to the 
ccHisternaiton of the aesthetics who like the security of 
having water nearby, but don't want the tanks so 
obvious. 

The subject has come up before, notably in 
Kempsville when a tank went up there. Perhaps the city 
didn't want to hide something for which it waited so 
long and paid so much. Also, city manager George L 
Hanbury said that the words worked a kind of unity, 
making all the citizens a part of Virginia Beach rather 
than Bayside or Kempsville. 

But there's a new tank on Las kin Road. Hanbury said 
the city was receiving calls from people who didn't want 
the name up there. The tanks, painted an azure to fade 
mto the sky, didn't need the words, according to the 
people. Hanbury at first thought the people didn't want 
the lettering facing the east, so he agreed to have it 
focing west, but now the people are objecting to that, 
he said. 

Councilman Reid Ervin said that he didn't seem 
much point in the lettering. ''Everybody in Virginia 
Beach knows where we are." As for the people out in 
boats, if they don't know they're ofT Virginia Beach, 
they're already in trouble. 

"The best thing we can do is to suppress them 
visually." In the future, he suggested, don't put names 
on the tanks. 

Hanbury agreed that a lot of people had objected to 
the name in Kempsville. 

Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. said that some people 
object to anything. Some even objected to the cdor. 

Councilwoman Reba McOanan stated. "If the people 
object to it..." 

Then there was a discussion abpi^ the peo|rie who 
don't object. 

Ervin said that "Some people <fc»'t <*ject to Httcr," 
and then asked why the lettering was put on. 

Hanbury said it was on aU the otl^r tmiks. 

Councifanan Patrick L StancKng said, "I don't think 
you should put it on if you don't have a reason. 

Councilman Clarence A. Holland, disagreed, "There 
is a reason. It puts the name forward." 

In an informal pdl of Council (some hands were 
raised, some were half raised and others questionable). 
McCoy determined that the lettering should be left off. 

Oberndorf pdnted out that Council woukln't want 
other areas to think it was igncHing^them. 

Then Ervin suggested that the names be removed 
from the @Uier tanks ~ with the next painting. 



Towsafpivar 

Virginia Beach Oty Councihnan Oarence A. HoHand 
must feel Wet the people in the current ad on TV 
showing them being inundated by paper. 

Every week, he sakif he receives "tons of paper, tons 
of repOTts, tons d[ everything else." He said all the 
material Council receives each week fe unnecessary 
because "I don't go through aU of it and it's a burden 
on people copying it." He suggested Council members 
receive a letter telling what materials are available and 
have the mdividual members go to the Qty Council 
ofHce to read the parts they want. 

Councilman John A. Baum agreed. As an ex-bureau- 
crat he understood how these things happened, he said. 



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Youngsters thrill 
on go-cart track 



"Kids ride the go-carts like they would any oth&r entertainment 
ride," said track owner R. E. Walker. "The carts can only run at 
about 15 to 20 miles per hour, but the kids drive then like tlH^ wca-e 
speeding race cars." 

Located at 926 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Walker has been renting 
go<art rides for 21 years. He opens yearly from April 1 until Labor 
l^y. 

The carts, with 5 horsepower Honda motorcycle engines, traverse a 
quarter mile track. 



Virginia Beach citizens will be asked for money for roads, sewer 



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Water lad icwer bold 

Virginia Beach citizens won't fcaow untU next 
Monday ~ and maybe not then ~ how much money 
they'U be asked to approve in a road and water and 
sewer bond referendum in November. 

Chances are they'll be asked to consider bond issues 



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for less than the an>roDdmately $1 19 miUion in projects 
in lists prepared by the dty administration. 

Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. Monday afternoon at an 
informal session, said that the CouiKil's Committee on 
roads, which he heads is pirohaMy not goin$ to 
recommend a referendum for $60 mlllioi. The 
committee, which also includes Meyera Obemdorf and 
Reid Ervin, has been considering asking for SIS or $16 






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Kimberly Moore, granddaughter of Beach residents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore; 
and act«ss Pat Stankwich. 

A star is born 

It's not hard to see why little Kimberly Moore won a role in The Lost Colony out- 
door dramia at baby auditions held recently in Manteo. Kimberly, who donned a top 
hat and tails for the occasion, will appear on stage August 18 in the Lost colony's 
annual observance of the birthday of Virginia Dare, the first English child born in 
the New World almost 400 years ago. Virginia's mother Eleanor Dare is played by 
actress Pat Stank wich (shown above). 12 month old Kimberly is the granddaughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore of Virginia Beach. 



Searching 
for his 
roots? 



Zagami 



Fascinated by the intricate root configurations of 
some Virginia Beach trees, local resident Gary IZagami 
appears to be engulfed by the roots of a marsh tree at 
-cSSeashore State Park. But don't worry, he safely un- 
tangled himself from the seemingly woodoi entrap- 
ment. 




Apartment maintenance graduates (I to r) are: James Reynolds, Lance Dorsey, Billie Sims, James Barrington. 

Apartment complex management 

Beach residents complete training 



Maintainitig a Virginia Beach apartment complex is, 
in a word, a complex job. At least the state of Virginia 
thinks so. It recently recognized apartment mainte- 
nance as a career certifiable for apprenticeship. 

The Southeastern Tidewater Area Manpower Au- 
thority (STAMA) thinks so too. It put up the funding to 
train 15 students, and Tidewater Builders Association's 
Manpower Training program took on the training job. 
The Tidewater Apartment Council, composed of 
apartment management firms, found the pro^ct so 
timely its members hired every trainee upon gradua- 
tion. 

Four Virginia Beach residents were among the recent 
graduates of the six-week pre-apprenticeship class. 
They are James A. Reynolds of 708 Morgaine Gxirt, 
Billie A. Sims of 724 Spooner Road, James E. 
Barrington of 1024-B Tamer Avenue, and Lance A. 



I>orsey of 109 Wales Drive, Apartment 201. 

The training class, which will lead to a Virginia 
journeyman's certificate, drew students from the ranks 
of the ec(Mianically disadvantaged, unemployed, and 
underemployed. 

The trainees became familiar with dealing with 
people in an apartment environment and they learned 
the basics of apartment maintenance such as electrical 
repairs, plumbing repairs, carpentry, cleaning, paint- 
ing, landscaping and related tasks, llie class conducted 
field repairs on Norfolk's Jr. Achievement building and 
worked in actual apartments in the field. 

Marcellus Heath, director of STAMA, and John 
Lasley, Private Sector Involvement (Meet for CETA, 
were among the planners of the program. The \^rginia 
Employment Commission assisted with recruiting. 



Fine up to $500 

State of emergency: 
Water con^rvation 

The City of Virginia Beach has declared a ^ate 
and local emergency, effective Wednesday, 
August 13 at 8 a.m. in accordance with section 37- 
1 1 of the Code of the City of Virginia Beach. 

The following water uses, in brief, are restric- 
ted: 

•No watering of personal grounds, except from 
watering cans not exceeding three gallons. 

•No washing of motor vehicles unless using a 
city approved water recycling system. If such 
system is used, a sign indicating such system must 
be displayed. 

•Beach residents may not operate any ornamen- 
tal fountains. 

•Swimming, or wading pools may not be filled 
or refilled after effective date of water conser- 
vation order. 

•No use of water from fire hydrants unless 
authorized by city. 

•No serving of drinking water at restaurants or 
other public establishments unless requested by 
customer. 

This state of emergency will remain in effect un- 
til- further notice. Fine for violation of order may 
reach $500. 

If convicted, of water violation, water may be 
turned off for duration of state of emergency. 

For any additional details of the water conser- 
vation order, or clarification, call 427-4631 . 



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The fire can wait ! 



Allen King -Sun 

These Green Run volunteer firemen found the fire, but decided to 
take a moment out for a picture. But worry not, it was only a practice 
drill. 



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road and drainage projects. 

McCoy said that his committee would have its 
recommendation in by next Monday's meeting and said 
the citizen-council committee on water and sewer 
headed by C. G. Harris will make its recommendations 
at a later date, probably next Monday, Too. 

Hie city has prepared a list of $54 million in water 
and sewer projects. Another $9.1 million bond issue is 
needed to repay bond anticipatory notes for other 
projects. 

Council has to make a decision on the referendum by 
Sept. 3 to be in time to get it on the hibvember ballot. 

MlHtary committee 

Among appdnments made by Vlrgfaiia Beach Qty 
Council Monday aftemocm were thost Mayor J. Henry 
McCoy Jr., Councilman Harold (feis'chobet and 
Coundlwoman meyera Obemdorf to the Niilitary 
liaison Committee. 

Council also appdnted members of the Citizens 
Advisory Committee for the Community Development 
program. The members and the expiration dates oi 

their service are: \. », 

From the target areas - Doyletown, Mrs. Mary 
Estclle Evans; Atlantic Park, Mrs. Susie Whitehurst, 



August 10, 1983; Gracetown, Joseph Lee, Jan. 14, 
1982; Seatack, the Rev. Barnett Thorogood, Aug. 10, 
1983; Burton Statiwi, Isaac Herbert, Jan. 14, 1982; Mill 
Dam, Johnny Haynes, Aug. 10, 1983; lalce Smith, 
Robert Simmons, Aug. 10, 1983; Queen Qty, Ernest 
Benson, jan. 14, 1982; Beechwood, Mrs. Leda 
Williams; Aug. 10, 1983; Reedtown, Mrs. Sherri Anne 
Baxter, Aug. 10, 1983; Newsome Farms, Mrs. Lula 
Wakefield, Jan. 14, 1982; Newlight, Mrs. AHce Green, 
Aug. 11, 1983. 

At large, Bart Frye, Aug. 10, 1983; Mrs. Mary Smith, 
aug. 10, 1983 and Mrs. Mary Davenport, Jan. 14, 1982. 

Agency representation - NAACP. Ckrence M. 
Morgan, Jan. 14, 1982; League of Women Votgrs, Mrs. 
Eliabeth McQanc, Aii^. 10, 1W3; Southeastern 
\5rginia Areawide Model program for Seniors (SEA- 
VAMP), Sam Houston, Aug. 10, 1983, and Mental 
Health and Mental Retardation Board, Dr. John 
Sutherland, Aug. 10, 1^3. 



Moli^> awarded seal 

Little Miss >^rginia Beach, Jennifer Lea Mohap, has 
a framed copy of the Virginia Beach city seal. 

The youngster, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
J. Mchap Jr. was presented the seal by Mayor J. Henry 



McCoy Jr. Monday aiternoon. 

Rescue loan repayment 

The Virginia Beach Qty Council Monday afternoon 
received $5,000 toward repayment of a $45,000 loan 
made to the Emergency Vdunteer Rescue Squad. 

The city extended the loan to the squad in 1973 when 
the new cardiac technician program was started, the 
first in Virginia and still larger than any in the world, 
Roy B. Williamson, president of the squad, said 
Monday. 

Williamson presented the check to Mayor J. Ffenry 
McCoy Jr. at an informal session d" Council. 

Fairfield nliil-wafelioiisc 

A conditional use permit for mini-warehouses in 
Fairfield off Providence Road was granted Monday 
aftemocm to W. W. Reasor Enterprises by Virginia 
Beach Qty Council. 

The warehouses will be located on 4.553 - acre parcel 
on the east side of Lord Dunmore Drive. 

Kenneth Schoenfeld, representing the neighborhood 
civic league, said that the mini-warehouses ^^re iKJt in 



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Travelers from across tlie nation flock to Virginia 
Beach annually. Some for the warm sun; some for the 
cool surf, some for both. 

But whatever the reason for visiting the Beach, there 
is one thing everyone wants to know after they get here: 
Where to go After The Sun Goes Down... 



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3108 Pacific Avenue 



Featured this week: Songbird 



August 11-18: Songbird 
August 19-31: Fat Ammons 



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Featured this week: EastCOast 



August 6-20: East Coast 

August 11-16: Tricks 

August 17-22: Eddie Shaw and the Wolfgang 

August 23-24: James Cotton 

August 25 : Cabin Fever 



Featured this week: JOel Nelson 



August 12 and 13: Joel Nebon 
August 14: Joe Bond 
August 15-17: LewiiMcGehce 
August 18 and 19: Momrtaia Joba 
August 22-24: Tri Qty RoUen 
August 26: Joe Boaa 
August 29-September 1 : Cimarron 
September 5: Steve Pagne 



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August 26-31 :B«bit 
September 3-6: Rave 



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Featured this week: Home Grown 



15th and Atlantic, on the pier 



The Snard Brothers, seven nights a weeic through Sep- 
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August 13 and 14: Home Grown Vigilante Band 

August 15-17: Cripple Creek 

Sugust 18 and 19: Street Talk 

August 20-24: Super Grit Cowboy Band 

August 27-Scptember 9: Snuff 

September 10-14: Boothill Express 

August 1 1 and 12: Rave 

August 25: Good Humor 

August 26: Snuff /Street Taft 



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21st and Pacific 

Featured this week: Dazzle 



August 12-17: Daiale 
August 19-24: Hot Cakes 
August 26-30: Stakeatc 
August 31 : llobMn nmnptoB 



315 17th Street 

Featured this week: CimaiTOIl 



August 13-17: Cimarron 
August 18-19: Lewis McGehee 
August 20-24: Gabyl 
August 25-26: Lewis McGehee 
August 27-31: Jason 



15th & Atlantic Avenue 



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616 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Featured this week : V Oitage Brothers 

August 13-16: Voltage Brothers - 
August 20-23: Kid Shalenc 
August 27-30: Hot Cakes 
September 3-6: Hot Calces 
September 10-13: Sandcastle 
September 24-27: Voltage Brothers 
October 1-4: Kid Shalene 



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Featured this week: Sonny Turner 



August 4-1 7r Somy TwMr 
August 18-31: San Vtee-< 
September 1-7: The Sounds of the Drifters 



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Backdoor Pnb, 1284 Laskin Road: TN I^Mkatter, 

Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 



Gangpteak D, 1284 Laskin Road: JMiMe Firicber. 

Wednesdays through Sundays, 8:30 -.m. to 1 :30 a.m. ^ 



Howard Johtton's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue. 
"The McCkwd Band'* appearing nightly. 



Hunt RoOBl,originaI CaValier Hotel, 42nd Street; big 
band sounds of Tonny GwaHo^, Fridays and Satur- 
days, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 



Orion's Roof, 42nd Street, top of new Cavalier 
Hotel; big band sounds of Al DcHaais, Tuesdays' 
through Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mondays: 
"Cafr* 



Round Room, Saturday nights: Billy Morris and Or- 
chestra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, 
'^Oldies but Goodies.** 



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After The Sun Goes Down is presented free 
of charge by The Virginia Beach Sun 
newspaper as a public service to its readers. To 
include your bar or nightclub featuring live en- 
tertainment in After The Sun Goes Down, 
send information to The Virginia Beach Sun, 
138 Rosemont Road, 2345 L 



For Beach residents 

Fcx)d Stamp laws change 

ByTERRIEBASOIER, 
Special to The Sun 

Continuing inflation and rising costs are nipping at 
the buying powo* of all Beach rendents. The low income 
are particularly hard hit. This is an even greater problem 
for the elderly and disabted. 

Newdednetioiis 

In January, 1980, changes were made in the food 
stamp pr(^;|ram which affect the elderly and disabled. 
Members of food stamp households who are 60 years of 
age or older, or receive Supplemental Security Income 
(SSI) b^iefits or Social Security Administration (SSA) 
disability benefits are allowed a deduction for thdr 
medical and dental bills if they exceed $35 per month. 
Persons in th»e cat^ories will not have a maximum 
amount allowed for the shelter deduction. 

Hiese new dedi^ions c(Mild r^ult in higho- benefits 
for those householcb which are affected. ^ 

If you would Uke additional information about the 
food stamp program pl^ise contact the Virginia Beach 
Department of Social Services, 486-7^3, ^ctoision 214. 



Charles, 
King 
take vows 

Miss Carol Jetn Chtrles, 
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
^ffourioe A. Charles of West 
Colonial Parlnwy and James 
Venice King, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rodn^ L. King of Ash 
Lawn Terrace were recently 
united in marriage at Thalia 
United Methodist Church. 

The Reverend C. Reginald 
Wahon officiated. 

The bride was given in 
marriage by her father. Her 
gown was of Ivmy shenrganza 
and re-embroidered chantiily 
lace with a high collar, fitted 
bodice and a sheo yoke em- 
bellished with brussels em- 
Ivodery cameo. The full skirt 
with chapel length train featured 
pands of re-embrddered chan- 
tiily lace. 

A camdot oq) with finger tip 
illusion ed^ in matchii^ lace 
framed the face. She carried a 
ptwytt book co^wred with tea 
roics and minature carnations 
with ribbon and stephanotis 
stfeamm. 

Mrs. Elizabeth C. OwenSj 
sister of the bride was matron of 
honor. 

Bridesmaids were Mrs. Denise 
C. West, sister of the bride, Mrs. 
Kim Polettt King, Mrs. GiGi 
WoUard Stewart all of Virginia 
Beach and Miss Jill Walton of 
Newport News, Virginia. 

They wore sky blue silesta 
dresses and carried nosegays of 
minature tipped carnations and 
babys breath with lace streamers. 

Stanley Eugene Wilson was 
best man. Ushers were Mark 
King, Rodney King, Jr., John 
Bonds and Michael Old. 

Miss Cynthia Miller of Glen 
Rock, New Jersey was soloist. 

A reception was held at the 
OcMna Officers Club. After a 
wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, 
South Carolina the couple will 




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reside in Virginia Beach. 

The bride is a graduate of 
Kellam High School and is a 
senior at the College of William 
and Mary in Williamsburg, 
Virginia. The bridegroom is a 
graduate of Kellam High School 
and is employed at Ford Motor 
Company. 



The Little Theatre of Virginia Beach will present 
"Out of This World," from Oct. 3 through 25. at the 
theatre. 

Call 481-4552 or 441-4581 for more information. 



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Virginia Beach residents are invited to see the musical 

Dandn'." banning August 26 at 8 p.m. at Chrysler 
Hall. Norfolk. 

The show will run through Sunday, August 31 . 

For tifcket information call 441-2161. "Dancin'* is 
presented by the Tidewater Broadway Series. 

Give blood at Fort Story 

The American Red Cross bloodmobile will collect 
blood on Friday, August 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 
Fort Story sandpiper recreation center, building 720. 



Beach public schools 

Bus schedules announced 

Virginia Beach bus schedules for the 1^0-1981 schod year 
are being published this month by the Public Information Of- 
fice of Virginia Bwich Public Schools. The new tabloid 
newspaper-style 16-page publication will be distributed by mail 
and through individual school offices. 

While the route information for each school is the vnosi up- 
to-date available at the time of publication, there is a 
possibility some minor changes may be necessary in the next 
few weeks, in the interest of efficiency and economy. Parents 
and students having any questions about the bus schedules they 
will receive are aslced to call the student's school. 

The school system is mailing about 32,500 copies of the bus 
schedules to the parents of the youngest school-age child in a 
family;however, because of the large number of new 
r^stratioris during the late summer, all names have not been 
entered into the computer. A few families may receive 
duplicate copies if more than one child in a household will be in 
public school, and there is a possibility a few other families will 
not receive a mailed copy. 

Extra copies of the bus schedules will be available at the in- 
dividual schools for those parents not receiving them by mail, 
and after August 18, a copy will be given to each new 
registrant. 




Hnl^f..2^„'l%' ^''»«« S"'* (jiSht) presents Virginia State 4.H horse judvng awards to Virginia Beach 4.H 
Horse Judging Team members (left to right). Kim Yount, Jim Lemmon, VaJerie Gnibowski, and Renee Slier. 



Beach 
4-Her's win 
awards 



The Virginia Beach 4-H Horse Jud^ng T«m has won the Virginia Sutc 4-H lK>r- 
se jud^i^ contest recently held at Rapi<ten Rivw Farms in Lignum, Virginia. 

Four-H»«rs representing the Vir^ia Beadi team inclucte Kim Yount. Jim Lem- 
m(m, ViOerie Grabowski, and R^iee Sler. 

Kim Yount and Valwie Grabowski placed hi^e^ In individual contest and wtt be 
repre^nflng the State of Vir^nte at the NaticMtl Horse JimI^^ Finals, HairMwi 
Pennsylvania and the U.S. AmMm National Oumi^mMp In Louisv^. %m- 
tucky, lN>th scNdttlid in Octcrt)^, 1^. 



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Dear Editor: 

Concerning the "Beach Parking Analysis" prepared 
by the Virginia Beach Research and Advisory Council, I 
have studied the report carefully and agree with most of 
its recommendations. Two of them however, I find very 
inappropriate from the point-of-view of community 
aesthetics. 

First: "Create parking areas along the section of the 
Shore Drive extending through Seashore State Park" 
and second: "We urge the City to immediately im- 
plement the proposal to create a parking area along 
Atlantic Parkway at the North End . " 

The most beautiful drive in Virginia Beach is 
probably the section of Shore Drive that is adjacent to 
Seashore State Park. The tall trees and other natural 
vegetation and the absence of billboards make it a treat 
to drive through. This pleasant road toward the resort 
area was at least partially continued on Atlantic Avenue 
due to the screen planting that existed on the west side 
of Atlantic Avenue - recently (or soon to be) destroyed 
by utility construction. 

1 would hope that the State would veto the use of the 
shoulders of Shore Drive for parking, shuttle bus stops 



and shelters on, or adjacent to, the Seashore State Park. 

I would also hope that the City would reestablish the 
dense bank of vegetation that existed on the west side of 
Atlantic Avenue where a busy highway penetrates a 
densely settled residential neighborhood. The proposed 
instrusion of perpendicular parking into this space 
would add a few tourist parking places in a non-tourist 
area and would be inappropriate. Parking that would be 
used for a few hours on Saturdays and Sundays for 
three months each year is not the best use of the land. 
There are other reasons why the recommendation of the 
Research and Advisory Council is inappropriate. 

I will mention only one. The screen planting on the 
west side of Atlantic Avenue was initiated and almost 
entirely funded through citizen contributions, with 
leadership being provides by the Council of Garden 
Clubs. I believe that the City should reestablish equal or 
better screen planting as the utility construction is com- 
pleted in each block of Atlantic Avenue. 

Our City will attract more tourists and increase com- 
munity pride if we maintain and improve its beauty. 

Bartow H. Bridges, Jr. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 





Tourists huddle on beach 

The beach? What beach? 

Virginia Beach tourists perch themselves on a small pat- 
ch of beach at 16th Street; due to the severe erosion 
which has recently taken place. 



Sun agesju^ople 's skin 

Beach residents withwrinkles ? 



By JACK WILLIAMS 

Special to the Sun 

Face the facts: Wrinkles and aging of the skin are as 
inevitable as Virginia Beach sunshine on a summer 
day. 

And no amount of skin gels, moisturizers, facials or 
tanning lotions will forestall the effects. 

Ah, but there is a product that will enable you to have 
your tan - albeit, not a radiant one - and healthy skin, 
too. 

Sunscreen. 

A little dab will do ya. 

Dr. Stephen Mandy, a clinical professor of dermatol- 
ogy and bearer of the above information, is convinced 
sunscreens are the cmly way to go. 

Preferably the water-resistant type that remain in 
effect all day, no matter how profiisely you sweat or 
how manyjimes you immerse yourself in water. 

Mandy is also convinced that: 

-Dry skin does not, of itself, cause wrinkles. 

-Saunas and steam rooms have no healthy effect on 
the skin. 

-The value of facials is "debatable." 

-Men tend to have healthier skin than women 
because they do less to their skin. 

-There is nothing on the market that will prevent 
wrinkles despite certain ambiguous advertising claims. 

Said Mandy: 

"If there were a Fountain of Youth, Td be the first 
one to jump in. 

"We're researching aging, and because it is more 
accessible we can study the skin better than the affects 
of aging on the heart." 

Ab active runner and skin diver in Miami, Fla., 
Mandy insists he would look considerably older than his 



34 years were it not for the extensive use of sunscreens. 
He also would be more prone to skin cancer, he said. 

"The sun and overbathing accelerate aging of the 
skin," he said. "But it is a fallacy to think that dry skin 
is prcme to wrinkly. The skin-care industry has dcme a 
good job of convincing the public of this so that it can 
sell mdsturizers. 

"Drying the skin is a function of the relative 
humidity, not the sun." 

As for the moisturizers, said Mandy, they have no 
value. 

Suntan lotions? 

"By and large, they are weak. 

"Their SPF (Sun Protection Factor, which the Food 
and Drug Administratioi has rec(xnmended be put on 
all sun-screening products) is two on a scale of 10. 
Sunscreens can range from two to eight. Oils promote 
sunburn rather than (Hminish it." 

(A Sun Protection Factor c^ six, for example, means 
that a person can be exposed to the sun for six times 15 
minutes without getting red. Sunscreens are available 
for various skin types, with varying degrees of 
protection.) 

Sun protection is vital from late May through 
October, said Mandy. The most crucial hours: 10 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. 

"Generally, unless you have the most sensitive of 
skin, you dcm't need a sunscreen except during those 
hours," said Mandy. 

"You can do m<H-e damage in one day from 11 to 1 
than you can every day of the week from 4 to 5 p.m." 

If you're saiUng, said Mandy, you're getting an 
additional 60 percent to 70 percent exposure reflected 
off the water. 

"One hour in the water or on the white sands of the 



beach is equal to several hours in your back yard," he 
said. 

Sunscreens - generally priced from $2.50 to $4.50 for 
a 4-ounce container that should last an individual 
through the .summer - have been on the market for 
nearly a decade. 

Major advances have taken place in the last two years 
to add water resistance and provide for skin types, said 
Mandy. 

Mandy, a practicing dermatologist who has written 
extensively in medical j(wrnals, also recommends 
"mild and gently" soaps for the skin. 



Connection fees reduced? 

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property owners at the north end of the Beach where 
older homes have been converted to two units or have 
garage units. 

At present the units arc treated as separate 
single-femily units and the charge is $780 per unit 
($1560 for two) compared to duplex charges (tf $560 per 
unit ($1120 for two). 

The proposal would bring the cost of connections to 
the smgle family lot the same per unit as the cost for 
duplexes. 

City Marnier George L Hanbury said that the 
proposal would make the system more equitable and 
would affect about 100 properties in Nwth Virginia 
Beach. "Everything is unique in that area," he said. 

At present the fees are set acccvding to the zoning of 
the jH-operty. 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, Ai^ust 14, I9m ,17 



Beach residents advised 



Choosing contractors? 



Are you a \lrginia Beach resident thuiking about 

ivertii^ your garage into a room, instating 
fenergy-efficient insulation, fixing a roof or hiring a 
[home improvement contractor to.do any similar type 
home improvement? 

If so, you should know how to shop for a heme 
improvement contractor. 

Tlie following are guidelines to assist you in selecting 
a contractor for your particular job: 

Cmtractiiig guideVnes 

• >%ginia Stote law requires that contractors who do 
work over $300,000 per year or $40,000 per job are to be 
registered and are classified as Qass A Contractors. 

Beginning July 1 contractors who do work up to 
$39,000 per year or $1500 per job, or who are required 
to botain a building permit are also required to register 
and are classified as Qass B Contractors. 

(^k>te: TTiere are services, i.e. installation of storm 
windows, which do not require a building permit and 
therefore are not covered under local building codes. ( 

• Avoid contractors who pressure you into a contract 
by a "one time only" offer or those who demand full 
payment of the job in advance. 

• Check with the Tidewater Better Business Bureau 
to see if that contractor has complaints on file, and if 
they have been resolved. 

• Ask the contractor if they are members of a trade 
association (i.e. Tidewater Builders Association, Tide- 
water Hamt Improvement Busmess Association, etc.) 

•Ask for a written estimate, a time of completion, 
and a payment schedule that is proportionate to the job 
progress. 

• Get at least three (3) estimates, and remember that 
price does not insure quality, so ask for references. If 



the contractor is truly professional then there should be 
no hesitation. 

• As^ for a written guarantee of their work (normally 
a one (1) year wsuranty.) 

•Ask the contractor if they have liability or 
ixxnpensation insurance to protect you fi-om any 
accident while the job is progressmg. 

• Prior to beginning the job, ask if a building permit is 
needed. If you wish to check whether or not a permit is 
needed, call the Qty <rf Virginia Beach, Department of 
Permits and Inspections, at 427-42111. Insist that the 
builder obtain the necessary permits. This obligates the 
builder/contractOT to confomi to the building codes. 

If you have seccmd thoughts about the contract, you 
have three (3) days in which to cancel the contract in 
writing. 



Avoid problems 

If a consumer has followed these guidelines, 
problems should be avoided. However, if an individual 
has paid a contractor for work that was not completed 
and no settlement can be reached, they may file for a 
judgement in their favor in General District Court for a 
fee of $9.50. A lawyer Is not necessary for this Court, 
also known as Small Qaims Court. 

Once a judgement is obtained, the consumer can 
then file with the State Board of Cbntractors Recovery 
Fund. TTie money can be taken from the fimd created 
by the contractors^ license. The contractor who has a 
judgement against him, must repay the fimd before his 
license can be renewed. 

For information concerning a consumer problem, 
contact the Virginia Beach consumer protection division 
at 427-4421. 



Burrow pits clarified 



(C(Mitinued from p. 13) 

keeping with the area and that within a five mile radius, 
three other mini-warehouses are located. 

Councilwoman Meyera Obemdorf said that although 
she had initial misgivings, she felt that the mini-ware- 
houses would be less objecticxiable and create less 
additional traffic than the businesses which could be 
located there under the zoning. 

Tlie application was approved unanimously. 

Council also granted a new conditional use permit to 
the S & C Company for housing for the elderly on a 
3.390 acre parcel on the east side of Malibu Drive, 
south of Alcott Road in the Lynnhaven Borough. The 
current permit is scheduled to expire. 

Anthony P. Ditteaux, representing the applicant, 
said that the non-profit sponsor will receive a direct 
loan fi-om the federal government to build 123 units for 
the elderly under the Section 202 Program. The 
building will be three stoics high. 

The Ranning Commission recommended approval on 
both petitions. 

Council also concurred with the Planning Commis- 
sion which recommended denial of the petition of 
Campus East Associates for a change of zoning fi-om 
R-5 Residential EKstrict to A-1 Apartment District on a 
2.289 acre parcel at the northeast intersection of Baker 
Road and Wesleyan Drive. 

The existing zoning allows six singlc-famUy homes 
while the proposed ;^ng woulc^ allow 27 apartment 
units. .^"'^' — 

Members of the Lakes Estates Ovic Les^ue and the 
Lawson Forest Ovic League ow>osed the petition. 

JcAn Bagley, president of the Lakes avic Uague, 
said that the rezoning would open 650 acres to possible 
apartment zoning. 



Barrow irfts darifled 

The Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance has been 
amended to clarify sections on burrow pits. 

Virginia Beach Oty Council Monday afternoon 
approved the amendments. 

One secticm identifies what types of acticm cmstitute 
a burrow pit and enumerates activities which are 
exempt fi-om regulation. 

Another establishes the type of information that must 
be submitted in ccmjuncticm with an applicati(»i fcx- a 
conditional use permit for a burrow pit as well as 
general requirements that must be met. 

The remaining amendments replace the term 
•*burrow pit" in all portions of the CZO that presently 
refer to * 'extractive industries . " 

Coiiiidl takes a hike 

Members of (council (I don't know exactly who) are 
supposed to meet at Little Island Beach at 9 a.m. 
Satin-day to start a walk to False Cape. Councihnan 
Standing is furnishing a boat he said, for the less hardy 
firom some other point. 

CaiBectioii fee reductkn 

Reducing sewage connection and installation fees 
where two units are located on cne single-family lot will 
be considered next Moiday by Virginia Beach Qty 
Council to bring the charges In line with those set for 
conventional duplex units. 

The prc^xjsed ordinance with the changes will affect 

(See CONNECTION pa^ 16} 




A local bike hangout. 

Up the pole! 

Ninth Street and the boardwalk has always been a 
popular spot for many local people and tourists; but 
recently, it has also become a popular bicycle hangout. 




Striking Effect 

The summer sun encourages all sorts of athletic ac- 
Uvitle^ in Virginia Beach. Karen Kjarsgaard, standing, 
and Nancy Hines try a little batting practice. 



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18 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 13, 198C 



Norman mills first 

Windmills did noCap-^ 
pear in Europe until the 
beginning of the 12lh cen- 
tury, when they were used 
for grinding wheat in 
Normandy. 



J, Q^ Adams a poet 

^ 4» 1832 Jdiii Ouincy 
Adahis' published a 108- 
page book of poetry. 

He was the only presi- 
dent who was a published 
poet. 




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and at the lowest cost. Just clip, fill 
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Four year member 

Taylor elected 
Jaycee president 

'*The Jaycees offer young men three main things," 
said newly elected Virginia Beach Jaycee president 
Ed Taylor. "They are, community involvement, 
individual betterment, and business management 
experience." 

Taylor, a four year Jaycee, was elected to his post 
after serving last year as state directcff. Ffc is a 
Norfolk resident, but works for the Virginia Beach 
regional accounting firm of Goodman and Qxnpany. 

He has been married to the former Sue Resch, 
daughter of Beach residents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Resch, 
for seven years. He is the son of Beach residents Mr. 
and Mrs. Edwards S. Taylor. He is also a 1974 
graduate of Old Dominion University, with a B.A. 
degree in accounting; and a member of the Mascms. 

The Virginia Beach Jaycees may be broken down 
into three groups: The Kempsville Borough; Beach 
Borough; and the Virginia Beach branch, which was 
first organized Jaycee group in the city, founded on 
AprU29, 1948. 

••Our chapter," Taylor said, "started both the 
Beach and Kempsville Boroughs. But we consider all 
of Virginia Beach in our chapter's service area." 

Always open for new ideas 

Taylor said the Jaycees are unique because they are 
always open for new ideas. 

••We are a very special, and unique organization," 
Taylor explained, ••because we have no set projects ot 
prearranged goals. 

• 'The Jaycees have over '*$ 1 20,000 in cash flow, a| 

I a resuh of various ways and means projects. Wc arc 

not always under the gun to make money, but wc arc 

always ready to listen to someone who has a good idea 




Taylor 



for a project that will benefit the Virginia Beach 
community. 

Other Jaycee officers for 1980-81 include: Jim 
Sanders, administrative vice president; Bob Hayes, 
internal vice president; Kenny Kinard, external vice 
president; Terry Gcarhart, state director; Larry Bell, 
secretary; and Bob Widner, treasurer. 

Membership in the Wginia Beach Jaycees is open 
to all men between the ages of 18 and 35. Annual dues 
are less than $50. To suggest a spedal project to the 
Jaycees, or for more information, call 49&0176 or 
461-3758. 



Beach consumers alerted to unsafe products 



Hie Virginia Beach consumer protection diviikm hal 
been notified by the U.S. OonsuuMr Product Safety 
Commission that the following products have been 
recalled: 

Bnliy chains 

•Infont toys known as "crib exercisers" or "baby 
chains", and "Made in West Germany" and may be 
stamped with model number 10890; 



More Struck In '79 

While idleness due to 
labor-management dis- 
putes declined in 1979 by 
more than 3 million man- 
days, more strikes (4,800)' 
occurred and more 
workers were involved 
(1 .7 million) last year than 
in 1978. 




iidodrgyMlMMae 

•"Indoor Gym (fouses" manufiKtuied by Creative 
Playthings; 

Hqbw aad gaiden spn^tn 

•Air-compressed home and gar(ten si^ayers to 
disperse pestkklcs and other chemidbs. The recalled 
sprayers were sold under a variety of brand names and 
model numbers and were numufiictured between June, 
1977 and June, 1978; 

A^ndlctpewgaBs 

•Aquatic spear guns which were sold nationwide in 
spedalty stores from 1967 to 1979 under the AMP Voit, 
Inc. label. Sears, Roebuck and Company also muksttd 
tlw spear guns under its private label between 1970 and 
1973. 



Let Us Recycle Your 
ALUMINUM CANS 

j|3< Per Pound 
Free Bags A Magnets 

TiDewAniiMnAU 

4303 ftidl StreH In the 
Portlock Mca. Off Bahi. 
bridge Mvd. Pbmie S4f- 



Foundry plans homecoming 

On Sunday, September 7, the Foundry United 
Methodist Church, 2801 Virginia Beach Boulevard, wiU 
celebrate its 1st Anniversary of the Consecration of its 
Sanctuary with a special ''Homecoming" for aU past 
and present pastors, membot, and friends. 

The day s i^iviti^ will b^n with an inspirational 1 1 
a.m. worship service followed by entertainment and a 
country dinno^ served on the church grounds. 

A special workshop'program will be held in the chur- 
ch sanctuary at 3 p.m. 

Please contact Mrs. James Key at 481-^X)I or Mrs. 
Kenneth Froehlich at 486-5 138 for further information. 



Vir^niaBeK:!! Sun, Wednesday, August 13, I9M 19 



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>KJTICT OT PUBLIC HEARING 
Virginia: 

Tlie regular meeting of the Cotindl of Virginia Beach 

will be hdd in the Council Chanshers of the City Hall 

Buildi^, Munidina Center, Princess Anne Nation, 

Virginia Brnwh, Virginia on Monday. August 25, IWO, 

irt 7:00 p.m., irt which time the following applications 

wiUbehotfd: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 

CLASSIFICATION: 

kempiviUe borough; 

1. An OrdiMiu:e upon Application of J. Rolfc Griffin 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from R-6 Residential District to R- 
8 Residoitial District on certain property located 297.83 
feet North of Providence Road b<^nning at a point SOD 
feet more or l^ss West of Lord Dunmore Drive, running 
a distance of 574.67 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 428.48 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 525.02 feet along 
the Eastern property line and running a distance of 
409.22 feet along the Southern property line. Said parcel 
contains 5.26 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

2. An Ordinance upon Application of Alfred V. and 
Judy K. Everett for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from AG.2 
Agricultural District to R-8 Residential District on cer- 
tain property located on the North side of Old Dam 
Neck Road beginning at a point 860 feet more or less 
West of Dwyer Road, running a distance of 227.29 feet 
along the North side of Old Dam Neck Road, running a 
distance of 187.07 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 26 feet in a Southeasterly direc- 
tion, running a distance of 598.93 feet in a Nor- 
theasterly direction, running a distance of 746.53 feet in 
a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 616.76 
feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 
200.33 feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 740.93 feet in a Northwesterly direction and 
running a distance of 210.04 feet in a Southwesteriy 
direction. Said parcel contains 14.217 acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

3. An Ordinance by Motion of the Planning Com- 
mission of the City of Virignia Beach to establish an 
Historic and Cultural District on certain parcels located 
at the intersection of Oceana Boulevard and Princess 
Anne Road and to classify the area surrounding Nimmo 
Church as an historical site deemed desirable for preser- 
vation, parcel 1: Beginning on the North side of Prin- 
cess Anne Road at its intersection with Oceana 
Boutevard, running a distance of 350 feet more or less 
al^ the Wotorn property line, rumuiv a distamx of 
370 feet more or less thng the East«n property Kae and 
runmng a (fotaace of 460 feet more or less along the 
North sidt of Princes Anne tovd. Said parcel contains 
1 acre. Parcel 2: Beginning on the West side of Oceana 
Boulevard at its intersection with Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 500 feet more or kss along Uie 
West side of Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 
350 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 450 feet more or less along the 
Western property line. Said parcel contains 2 acres. 
Parcel 3: B^inning on the East side of Oceana 
Boulevard at its intersection with Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 700 feet more or less along the 
East side of Oceana Boulevard, running a cUstance of 
200 feet more or l«s along the Nwttern ^roparty Hae 
and running a distance of 610 feet nM»re or ^ i^oag ^ 
Eastern property ln». Sdd parc^ co^aia 2 m^t&. Par- 
cel 4: B^nni^ at an iron |^n 579.5' more or kss nor- 
thwest atong the south side of Princes Anne RomI frcm 
the dividing line of the land now or formerly Aa^nda 
Sparrow and the hmd now or formerfy S. R. Mathews; 
thence S30 cfegrees Off W 45.54* to m iron pin; thence S 
30 degrees 00' W 139.92 to an iron pin in a pine stump 
hole; thence N 86 degrees 51' W 238' to an iron pin; 
then N 35 degrees 21 * W 231 .7' to an iron pin in a pine 
stump; thence southeasterly along Princess Anne Road 
474' more or less to the point of beginning. Plats with 
more detailed information are available in the Depar- 
tment of Planning. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

4. An Ordinance upon Application of Commonwealth 
of Virginia, Department of Corrections, for a CON- 
DITIONAL USE PERMIT for a State Community 



Youth H^ne on certain prqwrty k)ca^ at the South- 
vf€9t corner of VIrghmi Beadi Bou^oird and Ri«elynn 
Lane, running a (^stance of 135 fe^ ak»v the South 
tide of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a distai^e of 
223.93 feet along the W^tern property Une, running a 
distance of 135 feet along the Southern property line 
and runmng a distance of 223.93 feet along the West 
side of Roselynn Lane. Said parcel contains .7 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
BAYStOB BOROUGH: 

5. An Ordinance upon Application of Solar Wash, Inc., 
a Virginia Corporation, for a CONDITIONAL USE 

^ P^MIT for a car wash on certain property located at 
'the Northwest corner of Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Lavender Lane, running a distance of 125 feet along the 
North side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a 
distance of 209 feet alo^g the Western property line, 
running a distance of 125 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 209 feet along 
the West side of Lavender Lane. Said parcel contains 
.57 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

6. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for James M. Adkins, Jr. Property 
located on the east side of Woodstock Road, 948 feet 
North of Providence Road. Plats with more detailed in- 
formation are available in the Department of Planning. 

7. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for Bayshore Development Cor- 
poration. Property located on the North side of Painters 
Lane at its Eastern extremity. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

AMENDMENT: 

8. Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, of the Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to con- 
dominium development in the AG-1 through R-9 
Districts. More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

9. Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach to amen and reordain Sections 4, 5, and 9 of the 
Subdivision Ordinance of the City of Virginia Beach 
relating to condominium development. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth Hodges Smith 

aty Clerk 

2t8/13VB . 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR»IO 
T^ Vh'gima BeKh Bovd of Zoniiig Appeal witt c<ni- 
duct a Pun>ic Hetei^ m Wedaes^y. Ai^mt 20, 1980, 
at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Adymii^ration 
ft^ing, MunkiiMl Center, Virginia B«u:h, Virginia. 
The staff briefing will be at 7:00 p.m. in the City 
Manager's Conference Room. The fc^owing ap- 
plications will appear on the agenda. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Leon B. Minns requests a variance of 16 feet to a 14 
foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 
(carport) on Lot 3, Block X, Section 3, Afagona 
ViBage, 628 Sirine Avenue. Bayside Borough. ^ 

2. Princess Anne Plumbing and Electrical Suppliers, 
Inc. requests a variance of 210 sqmre fe^ of si^ area 
to 2^ «)uare feet of sign area m^ead of 19 square feet 
of ^ area as i^wed on Lots 12 w4 1% ^ck 29, 
Vfr^itia Beach, 410 18th Str^. Vif#^ Beach 
B(»Ottgh. 

3. Octo, Incorporated requests a vu-ianc^ t0 tM&m an 

accessory use (ice ^euB parkw) to be Men <»rt«<^ <tf the 
lomi^ lot where prohibited and to i^ow the accessory 
use to have a sign facing the oceanfront where 
prohibited on a Parcel, The Pavillion Property, Plan #2, 
Virginia Beach Development Co., 10th Street and 
Atlantic Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

4. E. Martin Schara requests a vviance of 2 feet to a 6 
foot side yard setback (east side) iistead of 8 feet as 
required and of 6 feet to a 4 foot rear yard setback in- 
stead of 10 feet as required (^d story addition) on Lot 
15, Block 10, Section D,Ca|^ Henry, 214 84th Street. 
Lynahaven G^rough. 

5. Time Construction Corporation requests a variance 
of 2 feet to an 8 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet 



as required (deck) on Lot 18, Fore^ Park, 1852 71m- 
berwood Lane. Lynnhaven Borough. 

6. E S I Properties requests a variance of 10 feet to a 
"0" side yard setback (east side) mstead of 10 feet as 
required (office building) on Pitfcel M, Subdivision of 
Property of Aragona-Garcia Enterprises, Ltd., The 
Lakes, 3551 Stoneshore Road. Princess Anne BmoatJti. 

7. N M A H Associates requests a variance of 10 feet to 
a '*0" side yard setback (west side) instead of 10 feet as 
required (office building) on Parcel L, Subdivision of 
Property of Ar^ona-Garcia Enterprises, Ltd., The 
Lakes, 3331 Stoneshore Road. Princess Anne Borou^. 

8. B. R. Flowers anc^ Co., Inc. requests a variance of 6 
parking spaces to 4 parking spaces instead of 10 parking 
spaces as required (paint contracting business) on Lot 1 , 
Block C-l, Kempsville Plaza South, Challedon Drive. 
Kempsville Borough. 

9. Barrett Street Associates by Scott Creech requests a 
variance of 25 feet to a "O" setback from Route 44, 
(Norfolk-Virginia Beach Expressway) instead of 25 feet 
as required and to waive the landscaping in the required 
setback on Parcel T, Lynnhaven Industrial Park Area, 
261 6 Barrett Street. Lynnhaven borough. 

10. Lee K. Culbertson requests a variance to allow 
parking of a commercial vehicle in excess of one (1) ton 
capacity to be parked in a residential district where 
prohibited on Lot 20, Section I, Fairfield Forest, 754 
Whitehurst Landing Road. Kempsville Borough. 

1 1 . Charles E. and Janet M. Fishel request a variance of 
0.3 feet to a 4.7 foot side yard setback (south side) in- 
stead of 5 feet as required and of 4 feet to a 6 foot side 
yard setback (north side) instead of 10 feet as required 
(2nd story addition and greenhouse) on Lot 21, Block 
K, Rudee Heights, 481 Southside Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

12. Bernard C. Hobson requests a variance to allow 
parking of a commercial vehicle in excess of one (1) ton 
capacity to be parked in a residential district where 
prohibited on Lot 1, Block B-B, Section 3, Aragona, 
628 Tyson Road. Bayside Borough. 

13. John M. Turner requests a variance of 10 feet to a 10 
foot front yard setback instead of 20 feet as required 
and of 10 feet to an 8 foot side yard adjacent to a street 
(58th Street) instead of 18 feet as required on Lot a. 
Block 8, l^bermeer 5707 Holly Avenue. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

14. John M. Turner requests a variance of 10 feet to a 10 
foot front yard setback instead of 20 feet as required on 
Lot B, Block 8, Ubermeer, Holly Avenue. Lynnhaven 
Bouough. 

15. Robert L. Snuth requests a variance of N) feet Hi a 
20 f^ frdnt yard setb«;k instead of 30 feet as re^fted 
(carport) on Lot 37, Block 5, Tk^a Kfonor, 545 
HcArook Road. KenqMvffle Borougli. 

16. Charles D. and Doffie M. Crawfm-d reqyesi a 
variance of 7 feet to a 3 foot rear yard setback instei^ of 
10 feet as required (addition to accessory building) on 
Lot 20, Westview Village, 737 Arvin Road. Kempsville 
Borough. 

17. Robert and Marian Flournoy request a variance of 2 
feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot 
fence as allowed in a side yard adjacent to a street 
(Brookfield Drive) on Lot 13, Block J, Lake 
Christopher, 1 552 Waff Road. Kempsville Borough. 

18. Dominion Building Corporation requests a vartuice 
of .38 feet to a 9.62 foot side yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required on Lot 9, Mx:k A, Phase 1, Wood 
Farm, Mym Drive. KemptviMe Borough. 

all api^ants must a^^w before the board. 

W. L. Towers 

Secretaty 

2t8/13VB 

INVITATION TO BID 
tt^ ut invited by the Town of Onaacock, Accom«: 
County, Virginia in accordance with the following: 
PROJECT IDENTIFICATION: Onancock Vohintecr 
Fh-e Station, Pine Street at Kerr Street, Onancock, 
Virginia. 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The jMtjject generally in- 
cludes the work requir^ for the ccmstruction of a single 
story fiire station and delated site ww-k. This projwt is 
supported by a Dtepartm(»nt of Housing and Urban 
Development Block Grant, Federal Gn^ No. B-79- 
DN-51-0d6l. 
BID TIME AND PLACE: Bids are to be mailed or hand 



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delivered to: Joseph C. Ahrams, Town Manager^ Town 
of Onancock, Municipal Building, Onancock, Virignia 
23417. Bids are to be in double envelopes and clearly 
marked as a bid proposal for Onancock Volunteer Fire 
Station project. Bids will be publicly opened and read 
aloud, at the above location, on Thursday, August 21, 
1980 at 7:30 p.m. DST. 

BID TYPE: Lump sum bid on a general construction 
contract. 

ARCHITECT: Walsh*Ashe*Dills*Associates, AIA, 
Parkway One, Suite 200, 2697 International Parkway. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452 
EXAMINATION OF DOCUMENTS: Norfolk 
Builders and Contractors Exchange, Salisbury and Nor- 
folk Dodge Plan Room, Norfolk Dodge Scan, Ar- 
chitect's Office and Onancock Town Office. 
PROCUREMENT OF DOCUMENTS: Two sets by 
General Contractors (Prime Bidders) and one set by 
Subcontractors, from the Architect, upon the deposit of 
$50.00 per set, payable to the Architect. Full refund to 
General Contractors and $25.00 refund to Subcontrac- 
tors upon receipt of documents in good usable condition 
within three days after bid time. No partial sets will be 
issued. 

BID SECURITY: No bid or any part thereof, may be 
withdrawn or cancelled or modified for thirty (30) days 
after the Bid Opening with the exception that bids may 
be withdrawn after opening in accordance with Section 
11.20.2(1), Chapter 207 of the Code of Virginia, ap- 
proved March 25, 1976. 

BID REJECTION: The Owner reserves the right to 
waive irregularities and to reject any and all bids. 
SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Must compley with Equla 
Opportunity and Department of Labor requirements in- 
cluding the filing of all required reports. 
By Order of the Town Manager 
of the Town of Onancock 
2t8/13VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 28th day of July, 1980. 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, against Nancye F. 
Bennett, George A. 
Hussey, and George A. 
Hijssey, General Contrac- 
tors, Inc., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a judgment 
against the Defendants for 
the sum of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest, at- 
torneys' fees, and costs 
for a promissoi:y note 
executed bythc Defendan- 
ts and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant, George A. 
Hussey is a nonresident 
individual whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1, Kill Devil hills. 
North Carolina 27948; 
and the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractor Inc. is a foreign 
corporatft>n or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion whose last known 
post office address is 

Route 1, Kill Devil Hills. 
North Carolina. It is or- 
dered that Nancye and 
George A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
do appear on or before the 
16th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Tcste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 



Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, vs. Nancye F. Bennett 
5421 Susquehanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 
and 

George A. Hussey 
Last known address: 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948 
and 

Geroge A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
Last known address: Serve 
George A. Hussey, 
President 
Route I 

Kill Devil Hills. North 
Carolina 27948, Defen- 
dants. 

MOTION FOR 

JUDGMENT 

TO THE HONORABLE 

JUDGE OF THE 

AFORESAID COURT: 

comes fiow tl» Plain- 
tiff, Laura E. Russell and 
brings this action to 
recover money owed by 
the Defendants as follows: 

1. Plaintiff is a resident 
of Hampton, Virginia. 

2. On or about August 
21, 1974, for value 
received. Defendants 
executed and delivered to 
Plaintiff three promissory 
notes dated July 26, 1974, 
copies of which are at- 
tached hereto and made a 
part hereof, whereby 
Defendants promised td 
pay to the order of Plain- 
tiff, twelve months after 



the date of the notes the 
sum of Eight Thousand 
Dollars ($8,000.00) plus 
interest at the rate of Eight 
Per Cent <8^) per annum. 

3. Plaintiff b and at all 
times mentioned herein 
has been the owner and 
holder of said notes. 

4. Defendants made one 
payment in the amount of. 
Six Hundred Forty 
Dollars ($640.00) which 
represented interest for 
the first year. 

5. Defendants have not 
made any further paymen- 
ts, although more than 
twelve months have 
passed and repeated 
demands have been made. 

6. Under the terms and 
provisions of said notes 
Defendants have agreed to 
apy all costs of collection, 
including attorneys' fees 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%). 

WHEREFORE. Plain- 
tiff demands judgment 
aginst the Defendants in 
the amount of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest at 
the rate of Eight Per Cent 
(8%) per annum from 
July 26, 1975. plus attor- 
neys' fees in the amount 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%). plus costs incurred 
herein and such other and 
further relief as the court 
may deem just and 
proper.^ 

Laura E. Russell 
By: Barbara Hays Kamp. 
Of Counsel 

PROMISSORY NOTE 
$8,000; Washington, D.C. 
July 26, 1974. 

On July 26, 1974, for 
value received, the under- 
signed, jointly and 
severally, promise to pay 
to the order of Laura E. 
Russell at 552 Lebaum 
Street, S. E., Washington 
D.C. the principal sum of 
Eight Thousand 

($8,000.00) Dollars with 
interest thereon from July 
26, 1974 the rate of eight 
(8) percent per annum un- 
til paid. 

The makers and endor- 
sers each hereby waives 
the benefit of any exem- 
ption, and aU right to 
exemption from 

cxxcution, as to the debt 
evidenced by this 
obil^tion, and if default 
be made in the payment 
thereof at maturity, 
hereby covenants to pay 
all expenses incurred in 
collecting the same} in- 
cluding an attorney's fee 
at twenty-five (25) percent 
in the event this Note is 
placed in the hands of an 
attorney for collection. 
The makers and endorsers 
each hereby waives 
demand, protest and 
notice of non-payment 
thereof. 
George A. Hussey 



:\ 



Nancy Bennett 
George A. Hussey 
General Contractor, Inc. 
Attest: Nai^e F. Bennett 
I, George A. Hussey, 
whose name appears 
above u a maker of this 
Note, in cosideration for 
the signatures of the other 
makers, hereby direct that 
should I die prior to this 
Note having been paid, 
then the entire balance due 
on said Note, principal 
and interest, at the time of 
my death shall be paid 
from the assets of my per- 
sonal estate and in this 
manner do hereby agree to 
hold all other makers of 
this Note harmless from 
the liability of payment 
should my death occur 
prior to this Note having 
been paid. 
George A. Hussey 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 28th 
dayof July, 1980. 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, 
vs. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 
George A. Hussey, 
and 

George A. Hussey. 
General Contractors. Inc.. 
Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled suit is to obtain a 
judgment against the 
Defendants for the sum of 
Eight Thousand Dollars 
($8,000.00) plus interest, 
attorneys* fees, and costs 
for a promissory note ex- 
cecuted by the Defendants 
and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. 

And. it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the Defendant 
George A. Hussey is not a 
resident of this state and 
that the Defendant George 
A. Hussey. Goieral Con- 
tractors. Inp. is a fordgn 
corporatbn or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion, it is therefore OR- 
DERED that th^ said 
George A. Hussey and 

George A. Hussey, 

General Contractors, Inc. 

do appear before this 

court on or before the 16 

day of Sept. 1^. and do 

what is necessary to 

protect their interests 

terem. 

Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

I ask for this: 

Barbara Hays Kamp. p.q. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, 
vs. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 
George A. Hussey, 
and 
George A. Hussey, 



General Contractors, Inc., 
Defendants^ 

AFFIDAVIT FOR 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION/ 
THIS DAY, Uura E. 
Russell, the above-named 
Plaintiff, personally ap- 
peared before men. Betty 
T. Akins. a NoUry Public 
in and for the City of 
Newport News. State of 
Virginia, in my City, and 
made oath: 

That the Defendant, 
George A. Hussey, is a 
nonresident individual 
whose last known post of- 
fice address is Route 1. 
Kill Devil Hills. North 
Carolina 27948; and 

'That the Defendant. 
George A. Hussey. 
General Contractors. Inc. 
is a foreign corporation or 
foreign unincorporated 
association whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1. Kill Devil 
Hills. North Carolina 
27948. 

Laura E. Russell 
Taken, subscribed and 
sworn to before me this 
24th day of July, 1980 
Betty T. Akins 
Notary Public 
My commission Expires 8- 
17-81. 

Barbara Hays Kamp 
Diamonstein, Drucker & 
Kamp 

103 28th Street 
Newport News. VA 23607 
4t8/27 VB 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Juvenile and Domestic 
Relations District Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 23rd day of 
July.l9K). *" 
COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA 

In re: Baby Girl Covert 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this pro- 
ceeding is die termination 
of the residual parental 
rights of kathleen M. 
Covert and WiUiam Tague 
to their child. Baby Girl 
Covert. The consequences 
of termination of residual 

parental righu are that a 
parent or paraits forever 
n^nquish all parental 
rights such as, but not 
limited to. the rights to 
companioBship. associa- 
tion, religious training, 
education, discipline, 
guidance, maintenance 
and all decision making 
concerning the childs 
welfare. And further it is 
to commit said infant to 
the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach Depar- 
tment of Social Services 
with the right of said 
agency" to consent to the 
infant's adoptidn. 
And an affidavit having 



been made and filed that 
Kathleen M. Covert and 
William Tague is a proper 
party to this proceedinf; 
but die diU^i^ has been 
used to asoertdn in what 
county or corporation he 
is, without effect, it is 
ORDERED that Kathtooi 
M. Covert and WiUiam 
Tague do appear here 
within 10 da^ after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 
Elizabeth E. Henley. 
Clerk 

Alice L. Smith, D.C. 
Karen Williams. 
Dept. Social Services. 
Petitioner 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of July, 1980. 
Marlene Dolores Lee, 
Plaintiff, against Harold 
Stanley Lee, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one-year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the Sute of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being Decorah. 
Iowa, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
19th of September. 1980. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
W. Leigh Ansell 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t8/27VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Qerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
16th day of July. 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Robert 
Vernon Van Dyke, III. 
and change of name to 
Robert Vernon Narducci 
By: 1>avid Christopher 
Narducci and Kathleen 
Narducci. husband and 
wife, Petitioners 
TO: Robert Vernon Van 
Dyke 

4611 North 94th Street 
Omaha. Nebraska 
ORDER 
This day came David 
Christopher Narducci and 
Kathleen Ann Narducci. 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. Robert 
Vernon Van Dyke. III. by 
David Christopher Nar- 



GPCBECCflC^ BEflBCO 1?I2BILCB WtlfuiMi^ 



Vkginia B^ch Sun, Wednesday, August 13. 1980 21 



ducci, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Robert Vernon 
Van Dyke, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 46U North 94th 
Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 
It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Robert Ver- 
non Van Dyke appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Bruce Sanders, P.q. 
4460 Holland Road, Suite 
200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of July, 1980. 
Jeffrey M. Sch m i d t, 
'plaintiff, against Susan 
H. Schmidt, Defendant. 
OREffiROF 
PUBUCATION 
The ob^ct of this suit 
is for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of one 
year separation as set out 
in Section 20-91 (9) of the 
code of Virginia. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being No. 2 
Maryland Qrcle, Apt. No. 
346, Whitehall. I^ennsyi- 
vania 18052 it is ordered 
that she do appear on or • 
befwe the 3rd of Sept- 
ember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Jeffrey G. Haverson 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 
4t8/13 VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
the nth day of July. 1^0. 
Linda Oayle Leydet, 
Plaintiff, against Brian 
Frances Le^et. Defen- 
dant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATK»I 
Tbe object <tf tWt rait is 
for thenU i^datiff to ob- 
tain a diinsrce » measa et 
thoro to be later meried 
into a vincde nutrin^ 
from the saM def»ctaat, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit havimi bmi macte 



and filed that the defen- 
dimt is not a re«dent of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 139 
Housatonic Street, Lenox, 
Miasschusetts 01240. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
oh or before the 5th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Andrew S. Fine 
Oranby and Plume Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
4t8/13VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
thenthdayof July, 1980. 
Sherman C. Oore, Plain- 
tiff, against Queen Gore, 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without cohabit- 
ation and interruption for 
a period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defoidant 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 6759 Romona Blvd., 
Apartment 145, Jackson- 
ville, Flordia 32205. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 5th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Citrk 

Kimberly A. Btown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Gordon 
P.O. Box 2257 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
17th day of July, 1980. 
In Re: Adoption of Denita 

Lujean Moody 
By: Roy Kenneth 
Maynard. Petitioner 
To: Hubert Moody 

RD2 

PennYan. New York 

14527 

ORDER 

This day «»»« Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
kven Oiristyie Mi^nard, 
P^ittoaers, ami repres«i- 
ted that the d>ject of this 
proccccttfli is to e^ect the 
adO|Hion of the above 
naned infant, Denita 
Lujean Moody, to Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
Karoi Christie Maynard, 



husband and wife, an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Hilbert 
Moody, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
RD 2, PennYan, New 
York, 14527. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Hilbert 
Moody appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
G. Dudley Acker 
5122Greenwhich Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t8/13VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of July, 1980. 
Danna Erb Denton, Plain- 
tiff, against Robert Win- 
slow Denton, Defendant. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro later to be merged 
into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of willful deser- 
tion and abandonment 
without just cause of 
provocation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being P. O. Box 337, 
Guaymas, State of 
Sanora. Mexico. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 5th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
J. Brian J. Donnelly 
2600 Potters Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 15th 
day of July, I9K) 
Francine Elizabeth 
Shockley, Complainant, 

V. 

Ckor$t Wesley Shockl^, 
Jr., Defendant. 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this sint is 
to obtain a judgment 
aptinst the defendant, 
George W^ley Shocktey. 
Jr., in the sum of 
$I6»6^.00 for arrears of 



spousal support, to be 
awarded to the com- 
plainant. Francine 
Hizabeth Shockley, pur- 
suant to a decree entered 
by this Court on the 23rd 
day of December 1970 and 
as affirmed by final decree 
of August 3, 1971 wherein 
the defendant. George 
Wesley Shockley. Jr.. was 
ordered to pay the sum of 
$150.00 per month as and 
for temporary and per- 
manent spousal support. 

And an affidavit having 
been made that due 
diligence has been used by 
or on behalf of the com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant, 
George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr.. is, and that his last 
known post office address 
was Post Office Box 302, 
Palmyra. Illinois 62674; it 
is hereby ORDERED that 
the defendant. George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., on 
or before September 5, 
1980 at 10:00 a.m. appear 
before this Court and do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interests. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this Order be 
published in The Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, once a 
week for four consecutive 
weeks and that the Clerk 
of this Court is directed to 
post a copy of this Order 
at the front door of the 
Courthouse from the date 
of entry of this Order and 
for twenty-eight (28) days 
cominuously thereafter, 
and to also mail a copy of 
this Order to George 
Wesley Shockley. Jr.. at 
Post Office Box 302, 
Palmyra, Illinois 62674. 
Enter: This 15th day of 
July, 1980. 
I ask for this: 
Lewis Alien 

Fine, Fine, Legum & Fine 
Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
4t8/13VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 5th 
day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Donald 
Abainza Dorry, an infant 
under the age of fourteen 
years, by donald Max 
Dorry & Prisdlla Abainza 
Dorry, Petitioners. 
TO: William Edward 

Tnpp 
^h&^y Street 

Norfolk, Virpnia 
ORI^R 
T^ ctey came Dcmald 
Nkui Dorry and pris^fai 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitimws, and rt^^emn- 
ted tfMt t)^ ob^ of this 
f^o^m is to effect the 
adoption of the above 



named infant, Donald 
Abainza Dorry, by donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that William Edward 
Tripp, not the natural or 
adoptive father of the in- 
fant Donald Abainza 
Dorry, is nonetheless the 
lawful husband of Sandra 
A. Tripp, the natural 
mother of the said infant, 
and said William Edward 
Tripp is a nonresident of 
the State of Virginia, and 
that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the said William 
Edward Tripp resides, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 29th & Bay Street, 
Norfolk, Virginia, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said William Ed- 
ward Tripp appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after pubfication of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Phyllis N.Styron. DC. 
Frank F. Arness, Atty. 
Suite201. 1200 S. Military 

Highway. 

Chesapeake. Virginia 

23320 

4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980 

Michael Pobat Complain- 
ant, vs. Barbara Pobat 
Respondent. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an order of 
Court quieting title in the 
following described real 
estate. 

All that certain lot. 
piece or parcel of land, 
with the buildings and im- 
provements thereon and 
the appurtenances 
thereunto belonging, 
lying, situate and being in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and being 
known, numbered and 
designated as Lot 84, as 
shown on the certain i^at 
entitled, "Malibu, Section 
1", and said plat being 
duly recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the Oty of 
Vir^nia Beach, ^^^ia 
in Mi^ Bock 50, H pt^ 

That respcMKlatt has m 
estate or iirt«est in siud 
lUal Eltate c^^ any part 
tl^reof; thiA title of c^m- 
pUuiumt b good and valid 
and he is the sole owner of 



said property. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been 
used by ami in behalf of 
the complainant to ascer- 
tain the whereabouts of 
the respondent without 
success, the last known 
post office address of 
respondent being: 645 
Watertown Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23452, it is ordered that 
Barbara Pobat do appear 
on or before the 25lh day 
of September 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron. D,C. 
R. Thomas Iglehart 
Attorney's and Coun- 
selor's at Law 
762 Independence Blvd. 
Suite 300 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23455 
4t9/3 VB 



VIRGIINIA: In the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 5th 
dayof August, 1980. 
In the Matter of 
The Estate of 
Charles Aptner. deceased 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
William Aptner and Joe 
Miller, co-executors of the 
Estate of Charles Aptner. 
deceased, and of the debts 
and demands against said 
estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this 
Court and that more than 
six months have elapsed 
since the qualification of 
said personal represen- 
tives. on motion of said 
personal representatives it 
is ORDERED that the 
creditors of. and all others 
interested in, the estate do 
show cause, if any they 
can, at 10:00 a.m. on the 
22nd day of August, 1980, 
before this Court at its 
courtroom against the 
payment and delivery of 
the estate of Charles Apt- 
ner, deceased, to the 
legatees named in the will, 
without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this order be 
published once a week for 
two successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published and 
having general ci 'culation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach» Virginia. 
Acc^yTeste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 
I%y^ N. Siy^m, D.C. 
Robert H. PoweiU III 
WtUiams, WorreU» Kdly 

1700 Virginia national 

Ncvfirfk, Tir^nia 23510 
2t8/20VB 



22 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 13. 1980 



iriJBBIJCCIJ(2 OJEiiJttt \M-Mi ^EXftLsEg 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
15th day of July, 1980. 
Carolyn Ann F^ 1 m e r, 
Plaintiff, against James 
R. Palmer, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matritvionii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separa t e d 
and apart without cohabit- 
ation and without interup- 
tion for a period in excess 
of one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last knojvn post 
office address being 158 
Route 1 macon. North 
Carolina. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 3rd of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13 VB 



IN THE Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of^Virginia Beach, on 
the 21s1 day of July, 1980. 
Victoria Lynne DotscMi, 
Plaintiff, against John 
Raise Dotson, Jr., Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii frOTti the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of a 1 year sep- 
aration pursuant to Sec- 
tion 20-91 (9) of the Code 
of Virginia, to be pub- 
lished for fcnir (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach sun. And an 
affidavit hav i n g been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 2500 
Beaverbrook^Drive, Gre- 
ensboro, North Carolina. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
10th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect his inter- 
est in this suit. 
A ccqjy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Riyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce Sanders, Atty. 
4460 Holland Road, Suite 
200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/20VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, cm the 
2!stdayof July, 1980. 
Linda Joanne Venglardk, 
Plaintiff, against Steven 
Michael Venglarcik, De- 
fendant. 

ORECROF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii, from the said 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds of Chie year separa- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
P. O. Box 226, Paulding, 
Ohio 45879. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 9th of Septem- 
ber, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curits Fruit, Qerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Thomas B. Shuttle worth 
Suite 211 Pembroke Three 
Building 

Pembroke Office Park 
Va. Beach, Va. 23462 
4t8/20 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of July, 1980. 
Glen P. Buckley, Plaintiff, 
against Denise K. Buck- 
ley, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of living separate 
and apart for a period in 
excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 1 1471 
Oxnard No. 1, North 
Hollywood, California. It 
is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
12th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
William H. Colona, Jr., 
Suite 202, 3330 Pacific 
Ave. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22 day of July, 1980. 
Irene L. Hastings, Plain- 
tiff, against Robert S. 
Hastings, Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of mutual 
separation for a period of 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 1416 Ashland 
Ave., St. Paul, MN 55102. 
It is ordered that Robert 
S. Hastings do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
LindaNoel Hill, D.C. 
Harold Gavaris 
529LawBldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 
4t8/20 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of July, 
1980. 

Everdna Harris, Plaintiff, 
against William Howard 
Harris, Sr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
said complainant to ascer- 
tain what county or cor- 
poration in which the 
defendant resides without 
effect. His last known ad- 
dress being 1805 
Washington Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It is ordered that William 
Howard Harris, Sr. do 
appear on or before the 
12th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel Hill, D.C. 
A. Andrew Ege, 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t8/20VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
Vthe 23rd day of July, 1980. 
Lee Ellen Benjamin, 
Plaintiff^ against Arthur 
R. Benjamin, II, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 



grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
^ defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 1310 River- 
front Court, Apt. #202, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and that due diligence has 
been used by and on 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in what county 
or corporation the defen- 
dant is without effect. It is 
ordered that Arthur R. 
Benjamin, II do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Linda Noel HiU, D.C. 

Berg and Gordon 

2955 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

4t8/20VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Qerk's 

Office Qrcuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach on 

the 25th day of July, 1980 

Debra Ann Joseph Bryan, 

Plaintiff, 

v. 

Joe Elwood Bryan, Jr., 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
defendant on the ground 
of the continuous and un- 
interrupted separation of 
the parties for a period in 
excess of one year. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used 
by or in behalf of said 
plaintiff to ascertain the 
exact' whereabouts of Joe 
£lwood Bryan, Jr., the 
defendant, without effect, 
the last known address 
being Rout 1, Box 56,*" 
Richlands, North Carol- 
ina, it is ordered that the 
defendant appear before 
thb Court on ot before 
September 15, 1980 and 
do what is necessary to 
protect his interests here- 
in. 

J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
John D. Hooker, Jr. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
Post Office Box 6363 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
4t8/20VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Ccwrt of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Gene C. Loomis, Haintiff, 
against Sally Jane Bru- 



baker Loomis, Defendant. 

ORE«ROF 
PUBUCATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of \^rginia, the last known 
post office address being 
741 Park Avenue, Apt. 
130, Orange Park, Flordja 
23073, it is ordered that 
she do appear (xi or before 
the 15th of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
I. Uonel Hancock, III 
P. O. Box 3648 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Willis Leroy Mch o 1 s, 
PlaintitT, against Qncita 
Sapia C^inones Nichols, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
19 Rochelle Road, Bing- 
liamton, New York 13901, 
it is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
15th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A c6py-Teste: 
1. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
. Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Franklin Jdi%Sny d e r. 
Plaintiff, against Etebra 
Jean Snyder, Defendant. 
ORimKOF 
PUBUCATION 
the object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
«j]b^ a divorce a mensa 
et thOTO, later to be mer- 
ged into a- vinculo matri- 
monii fi-om the said defen- 
dant, upcm the grounds of 
desertion as of March 20, 
1980. And an affidavit 



having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
2409 NOTwich New Lon- 
dcm Turnpike, Uncass- 
ville, Ccmnecticut, it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 15th 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Stuart H. Held 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Amy E. Tanner, Haintiff, 
against James Will i a m 
Tanner, Defendant. 
ORDERS 
, PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1455 Kemper Ave n u e, 
Charieston, South Caro- 
lina, it is ordered that he 
do appear cm or befwe the 
15th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect hi§ 
interest In this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nestcr 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t 8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
OREffiROF 
PUBUCATION 
Jan McCrory Reaves 
Blackburn, Plaintiff, 
against Craig Ains 1 e y 
Blackburn, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of One Year Sep- 
arati<m. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1607 17th Avenue, Beaver 
Falls, Pennsylvama 15010 
it is ordered that he do 
appear. ffli or befo-e the 
22ndof&ptember, 1980, 
smd do what may be 



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necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk Kimberley A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451 p.q. 
4t 8-27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 29th day of July, 19M. 
Robert W. Kennemore, 
Plaintiff, against Beatrice 
A. Kennemore, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa ^ thoro to be later 
merged into a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of Willful deser- 
tion. And ao affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defoidant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
kiiown post office address 
being N. 6 P.O. Sloans 
Trailer Park, Spartan- 
bu^t South Carolina, it is 
ord^ed that Beatrice A. 
KemMmore do appear on 
or before the 19th of Sep- 
tembett 19M), and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fhiit, Clerk 
UndaNoelHiU,D.C. 
DaU and Haverson 
6330 Newtown Rd, 
Norfolk, Va. 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of August, 
1980. 

Teresa M. Warren, Plain- 
tiff, against Floyd L. 
Warren, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said i^aintif f to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendnat, upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinuous sq>aration. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a rei^ient 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address bdng 713 Lake 
Edard Drive, Virginia 
Beadi, Virpnia; that 9^m 
a due and diUi^t search 
to locate the defendant at 
said addrns, the plaintiff 
has bem uMble to kxate 
the (tefendant. It te or- 
deed that he do aps^ar on 
or before the 7Mi of Sep- 
tember, I9M, and do what 
may be necessary to 
prot^ his intent in this 
suit. 



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Acopy-Twte: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A, Brown, D.C. 
James R. McKenry 
1080 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July. 1980. 
CMttffiROF 
PUBUCATION 
Franklyn A. Vogt, Plain- 
tiff, against M o n a E. 
Vogt, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii form 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and abandonment. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the ^te of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address^ being 
Memphis, Tennessee it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 22nd 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk Kimberley A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
William M. MacaU 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 
23452 p.q. 

4t8-27VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Vi^nia Beach, on the 1st 
day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Damon 
Stewart Osborne, Jason 
Aaron Osborne 
by: Robert L. Wright, Jr. 
and Trudy Ann Wright, 
Petitioners 

To: Donald H. Osdome 
735 Goldsboro Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Robert 
L. Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named in- 
fant(s), Damon Stewart 
Osborne and Jason Aaron 
Osborne, by Robert L. 
Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Donald H. 
(^bcMrm, ft natural parimt 
of said chikKren), is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Vir^ala, and that di» 
diUgence has been used by 
petiticners to locate the 
natural father, withcHit ef- 
fect, tlM last known post 
office address being: 735 
Golsboro Avenue, 



Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Donald H. 
Osborne appear before 
this Court withing ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
I ask for this: 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
PhymsN.Styron,D.C. 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
968 South Oriale Dr. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/27 VB 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 20th day of August, 
1980, at the office of 
Rixey, Heilig & McKenry, 
1080 Laskin Road, Suite 
101, Va. Beach, Virignia, 
at \0:(30 a.m., we shall ex- 
pose to sale, reserving to 
ourselves the right to bid, 
and with reservation, one 
(1) 1979 Ford Mustang; 
Identification No. 
9F02V206570, tiUed in the 
name of Richard Staton, 
seized and repossessed by 
virtue of a br^ich of a cer- 
tain security agreement 
dated Mardi 12, 1979. 
J. Bwbour Rixey 
Counsd for Beach Ford, 
Inc. 
It8/6VB 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 20th day of August, 
1980, at the office of 
Rixey, Heilig & McKenry, 
1080 Laskin Road, Suite 
101 Sigma Oldg., Va. 
Beach, Va., at 10:30 a.m., 
we shall expose to sale, 
reserving to ourselves the 
right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1977 
Chrysler Cordoba, Iden- 
tification No. 

SS22N7R1214I6, tiUed in 
the name of Frank 
Bankston, seized and 
repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreonent dated 
January 9, 1979. 
J. ItorbourRixey 
Counsel for PhilUps Old- 
smobile. Inc. 
It8/6VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Vir^ia Beach City of 
V^nia Beach Devdop- 
roent Authority this 29 
day of July 1980, Plain- 
tiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, Property 
owners and dtizois of 
Viiibiia B^h inchiding 
Non-Residents owning 
prop^y or subject to 
ta»ition therein and all 
otto persons interested in 
or affected in uiy way by 
the issuance by the Ci^ of 
Virginia Bnch Develop- 



ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Scries 
of 1^), Defendants. 
MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1 Code 
of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, of the validity 
of up to $1,500,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980 (the "Bonds"), to 
be issued to pay the costs 
of acquiring, construc- 
ting, and equipping an of- 
fice building fadlity (the 
"Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Rose Hall Company, a 
Virginia general partenr- 
ship (the "Company") 
and states as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. TheAuthOTity 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation, ftnd no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1, 1980, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agreeing to un- 
dertidce the issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the Com- 
pany, with the Fadlity to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
paymoit of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with thdr temrs and 
to provdie security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
);>roceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping the 
Fadlikty and the issuance 
of the Bomb. 

3. When issued, the 
BcMtcb will be vaUd, 1^ 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable sakHy 
from the revalues and 
recdpts recdved from the 
lase or sale of the Fadlity 
to the Compaq and oth^ 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or i^ed^ of the faith 
and credit of the ccm- 



monwealth of Virginia or 
any political subidvision 
thereof, including the 
Authority and the City of 
Virginia Beach, no taxing 
power of any political 
subdivision will be 
pledged to the payment of 
the Bonds, and the Bonds 
will not constitute an in- 
debtedness within the 
meaning of any debt 
limitation or restriction. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section L5. 1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Fadlity; (3) assuming thdr 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
By Charles M. Salle, of 
Counsel 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 
Charles M. Salle 
Munidpal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Winship C. Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t8/13 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 

Court of the city of 

Virginia Beach this 29 day 

of July, 1980. 

City of Virginia Beach 

Development Authority 

Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therdn and all 
other pei^His interested in 
or affected In any way by 
the Issuance by tlw Oty of 
Virginia BouA Develop- 
ment authority of Ap- 
l^oximatdy ^00,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds 

(WainmnHC Associates 
Fadlity) Series of IMO., 
Defendants. 



MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1 Code 
of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, of the validity 
of up to 1900,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds 

(Wallbanger Associates 
Fadlity) Series of 1980 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping a racquet- 
ball court club and 
assodated health facilities 
(the "Facility"), in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, to be leased or 
sold to Wallbanger 
Assodates, a Virginia par- 
tnership (the "Com- 
pany") and states as 
follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously , 
organized and operating 
under the Act sine its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1, 1980, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agreeing to un- 
dertake the issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually . 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the com- 
pany, with the Facility to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their terms and 
to provide security for the 
repajfment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping the Fadlity 
and the issuance of the 
Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, l^al 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authcmty, payable »^ely 
from the revenues and 
recdpts recdved from the 
lease or »le of the FadUty 
to the Company ami otter 
security therefor. The 
B(HKb will not co^tttte a 
debt CH- a pled^ of the 
faith and crectt of tte 
Commonwealth of 
VirginM or My poUth^ 
subdivision thereof, \n- 



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eluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the bonds will not 
vonstitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 
^ WHUREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings thereto- 
fore taken in connection 
with the authorization or 
issuance of the Bonds are 
legal and valid; (2) the 
bonds may be issued to 
finance the Facility; (3) 
assuming their due 
authorization, execution 
and delivery, the bonds 
issued for the Facility will 
be valid, legal and binding 
limited obUgations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may, 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority 
By Charles M. Salle 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 
Charles Mi Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Winship C. Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach this 29th 
day of July, 1980. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority 
Plaintiff, 
v. 

Taxpayers, Property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 



mination, inter alia, of the 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 

a, 000 Industrial 
opment Revenue 
Is (Wallbanger 
Associates Facility) Series 
of 1980. the legality of the 
purposes for which such 
bonds are to be issued and 
the validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION WHERE- 
OF, IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for 
Judgment having been 
filed, a certified copy 
thereof, together with a 
certified copy of this or- 
der, be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation 
in Virginia Beach, that 
any party defendant 
desiring to reply to said 
Motion for Judgment 
shall do so within ten (10) 
days after the second 
publication thereof and 
that this matter is set for 
hearing on September 4, 
1980, at 9:30 a.m. in the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
Canoles, Mastracco,' Mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell 
1530 Va. National Bank 
Building 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 
2t8/13VB 



taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment authority of Ap- 
proximately $900,000 In- 
dustrial development 
Revenue Bonds 

(Wallbanger Associates 
Facility) Series of 1980, 
Defendants. 

ORDER 
This day came the plain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980. 

Linda Louise Tonner 
DeNault, Plaintiff, again- 
st Robert Authur 
DeNault, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 25 North Lyon 
Street, Batavia, New 
York, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
23rd of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/3VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980. 

Louise Virginia Smith 
Williams, Plaintiff, again- 
st Jefferson Richard 
Williams, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant last known post of- 
fice address is 2166 Land 
Town, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and one behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 23rd of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/3 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 7th day of August, 
1980. 

Anita Manalo Nelson, 
Plaintiff, against Earl 
James Nelson, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a judgment for sup- 
port arrearage from the 
said defendant. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant last known post 
office address is 1414 
Taureau Court, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 26th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest m this 
silit. 

Acopy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Henry L. Sadler 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia, 23502 
4t9/3 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of August, 
1980. 

Joseph Burdick Mullikin, 
Plaintiff, against 
Catherine Dellinger 
Mullikin, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virgnia, the last known 
post office address being 
9702 Balsa Avenue, Apar- 
tment 76, Westminister, 
California 92683, it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 25th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
A. Andrew Ege 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t9/3 VB 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court*of the 
City of Virginia Beach, bn 
the 5th day of August, 
1980. 

Rebecca Futrell 

Holloman, Plaintiff, 
against Robert Charles 
Holloman, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo Matrimonii from the 
said Defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And am* 
ffidavit having been miKie 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 18711 NE3rd 
Apt. 216. North Miami 
Beach, FL 33162, it is or- 
dered that Robert Charles 
Holloman do appear on or 
before the 26th of Sep- 
tember. 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel Hill. D.C. 
Barry L. Jenkins 
156 Newtown Road 
Suite A4, 
Va. Beach, Va. 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of Ajugust , 

1980. 

William Andrew Georges, 
Plaintiff, against Glerida 
Sue Georges, Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit if 
sofr the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
i0to a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Mrs. W. 
L. Braehaw, Box 41, 
Lynn, North Carolina 
28750, it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 29th of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
A. Canada, Jr. 
508-D North Bifdneck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t9/3 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 8th day of August, 
1980. 

Linda Boeke Palokangas, 
Plaintiff, against Russell 
Lee Palokangas, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of having lived 
separate and apart for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o RCA Cor- 
poration, P. O. Box 997 
APO San Francisco, 
California 96555, it is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 29th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest ]n this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
H. Lee Addison, III 
P.O. Box 12027 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 
4t973 VB 

NOTICE 
At the request of the 
personal representative of 
IRA L. HANCOCK, JR„ 
Deceased I have fixed the 
26th day of August, 1980, 
at 9:00 o'clock a.m., as 
the time and my office, 
3104 Arctic Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
as the place for receiving 
proof of debts and 



demands against the ^aid 
decedent or the estate. Ac- 
counts of the said personal 
representative arc now 
before me for settlement. 
Frederick B. Lowe, 
Commissioner of 
Accounts, 
It8/13VB 

NOTICE 
At the request of the 
personal representative of 
J. CARLTON HUDSON, 
Deceased. I have fixed the 
26th day of August, 1980. 
at 9:00 o'clock a.m.. as 
the time and my office, 
3104 Arctic Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
as the place for receiving 
proof of debts and 
demands against the said 
decedent or the estate. Ac- 
counts of the said personal 
representative are now 
before me for settlement. 
Frederick B. Lowe. 
Commissioner of 
Accounts, 
It8/13VB 

NOTICE 
At the request of the 
personal representative of 
MILARD C. BUTT, 
Deceased I have fixed the 
26th day of August, 1980, 
at 9:00 o'clock a.m.. as 
the time and my office, 
3104 Arctic Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
as the place for receiving 
proof of debts and 
demands against the said 
decedent or the estate. Ac- 
counts of the said personal 
representative arc now 
before me for settlement . 
Frederick B. Lowe. 
Commissioner of 
Accounts, 
It8/13VB 

NOTICE 
At the request of the 
personal representative of 
HERMAN G. BOWER- 
FIND, Deceased I have 
fixed the 26th day of 
August, 1980 at 3:00 
o'clock p.m.. as the time 
and my office, 3104 Arctic 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, as the place for 
receiving proof of debts 
and demands against the 
said decedent or the 
estate. Accounts of the 
said personal represen- 
tative are now before me 
for settlement. 
Frederick B. Lowe, 
Commissioner of 
Accounts 
It8/13VB 

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VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach Brian F. 
Francis, an infant, etc.. 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Carl L. Edmonds. Jr., et 
al, Defendant. 

ORDER 
The object of this 
Petition is to effect the 
transfer, payment and 
delivery of the sum of 
$20,341.09, presently held 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 13, 1980 25 



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by JosqA L. Lyic. Jr.. 
CHuurtfan for Brian F. 
FmKds, to the foreign 
guardian for said infant, 
Philip M. Francis, a 
re^tait of CoUiar Ccmn- 
ty, Florida, to authoriie 
the said fordgn guanlian 
to rec^ve aU money or 
personal propm^ which 
bdonp to the said infant 
in Uke manner as if he 
were anointed a guardian 
for said infant in this 
state, and to remove said 
fiinds and property to the 
State of Florida, in which 
said foreign guardian was 
appointed and qualified. 

All parties affected by 
such removal are hereby 
directed to appear and 
protect their interests, if 
any, in said funds or 
property. It is further 
ORDERED that a true 
copy of the foregoing Or- 
der be published once a 
week for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in The 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
news|»per of general cir- 
culation in the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen Kephart, D.C. 
Pickett, Spain and Lyle, 
P.c. 

101 N. Lynnhaven Rd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/3VB 

VIX.OINIA: In the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

VhrgfaUa Beadi this 5 day 

of Aug. 1910. 

Oty of VIrginU Beach 

Development Authority, 

PlaintW, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owMn and dtixaa of 
Vfarginia Bei^ induding 
non-resldettts owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and aU 
oth« penoitt Imeroted In 
or affected In any way by 
the issuanw by the Oty of 
Vi^nla Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Arista 
Associates Fadlity) Series 
of 1980, Defendants. 
ORDER 
This day «une the plain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
elgallty of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Arista Associates 
Facility) Seri^ of 1980, 
the l^ality of the pur- 
poses for which such bon- 
ds are to be issu^ and the 
validity of such bonds 
whoi issued. 

UPON CONSIDER- 
ATIC»I WHEIUBOF, IT 
IS ORDERED that the 
Motion for- Judgment 
having been filed, a cer- 



tified copy thereof, 
together with a cortified 
copy of this order, be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) days) after 
the second publication 
thereof and that this mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
September 9, 1980, at 9:" 
A.M., IN THE Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M.Salle 
Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Billy N. Ballan, D.C. 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
Winship C. Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone. Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
2t8/20 VB 

VIRGINIA: Iii the Qrcuit 

Court of the City of 

Vurginia Beach 

City of Virginia Beach 

Development Authority, 

PlainUff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and dtizens of 
Virginia Beach induding 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation ttordn and all 
otlMr persons intorested in 
or affedml in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Devdop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Arista 
Associates F«ality) series 
of 1980, Defendants. 
MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 

Pldntiff, the aty of 
Virginia Beach Devdop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1. 
Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
bonds (Arista Associates 
FadUty) Series of 1980 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
constructing and equip- 
ping a motel fadlity (the 
•♦FadUty"), in the City of 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Arista Associates, a 
Vhr^nia ^neral partner- 
ship (the "Company") 
and states as follows: 

1. Tlie Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 



bly, » amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Vhrginia (the "Act"), and 
Is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 



obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as nuiy 
be spedaUy requested by 
the forties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
Oty of Virginia Beach 



Send in your questions! 



r^ 



has been continuously 

organized and operatingi Devd(^ment Authority 

under the Act since its By Charles M.Salle 



i 



creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1. 1980. 
the Authority adopted a Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
resolution agreeing to un- A copy-teste: 
dertake the issuance of the J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Bonds upon terms and Billy N. Ballar, D.C. 

conditions to be mutually 2t8/20VB 

agreed upon between the 



Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
Winship C.Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone. Barr ft RuSsell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 



Authority and the Com- 
pany, with the Facility to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the company in accordan- 
ce with their terms and to 
provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 



LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE THAT 
ON August 15, 1980 at 
10:00 a.m. at the premises 
of Tidewater AMC/Jeep/ 
Honda. 3152 Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, 23452, 
the undersigned will sell at 
public auction, for cash, 
reserving unto itself the 



when issued, will be used "«*** ^^ ^^^ the following 
to finance the costs of ™otor vehicle: 1979 Hon- 



constructing and equip- 
ping the Fadlity and the 
issuance of the Ek>nds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
reodpts recdved from the 
lease or sale of the Fadlity 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bomis wiU not constitute a 
debt on a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
commonwealth of 
Virgtaiia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
duding the Authority and 
the Cjty of Virginia 
Beach, no taxhig power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt Umitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that theCourt grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
n«:tion with the authoriz- 
ation or issuance of the 
the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Fadlity; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bbi^ issued for the 
Fadlity will be valid, Ic^al 
and binding limited 



da Civic. Serial #: SBA 

7098512. 

F. C. Rice 

Comptrqller 

lt8/13 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 11th day of August, 
im. 

BevCTly Dodson, Plaintiff, 
against Thomas Dodson, 
Defoidant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the state of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress bdng c/o Mr. James. 
P. Dodson, 1534 East 6th 
Street, Hobart, Indiana 
46342, it is ordered that he 
do apprar on or before the 
29th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
William F. Burnside 
958 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t9/3 VB 



Oty boasts 3 rivers 

Valdivia, Chile, noted 
for its wooden houses with 
red roofs, is calted the 
"City of Rivers" b«ause 
three river run through it. 



Agricultural question 
answered by experts 

The Virginia Beach Department of Agricuhure/Vir- 
ginia Cooperative Extension Service would like to 
encourage Virginia Beach residents to send us any 
questions relating to home economics, horticulture, 
agriculture or 4-H youth programs. 

Send your questions to the "Extension People** c/o 
DcH'is Campbell, Department of Agriculture/Coqpera- 
tive Extension Service, Munidpal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23456. Here arc answers to this weeks 
questicms. 

Ointaloupe harvest 

Q: My cantaloupes look fine, but when will I know 
when the firuits are ready io harvest? [Becky Hurley - 
Chesapeake Beach] 

A: Cantaloupes are ready to harvest when they are at 
the "slip'* stage. This occurs when a slight pressure 
applied at the point where the stem meets the melon 
causes the melon to easily slip off the vine. The fruit is 
usually at the "slip** stage when a crack appears 
ccxnpletely endrding the point where the vine joins the 
fruit. 

Concerning the harvesting of other types of melcms: 
maturity of casabas and honeydews is judged by the 
melcxn's skin which will turn a subtle shade of yellow as 
well as by a softening of the blossom end of the fruit. 
Crenshaw and Persian melcxis are ready for picking 
when they develq} a fruity scent; watermelons are 
ready when a rap of the fruit creates a dull rather than a 
sharp sound, and when the ground sp(^ turns from 
white to a light yellow or cream color. 

dciinber leaf spofe 

Q: My caciinbcr leaves have developed wMie 
powdery spots on tbeia ami the leaves-are taroiii^ 
ycBow. What is Involved and what caa I do to stop it? 
[DteMW Phrlette - larlapaij 

A: Powdery mildew, a fungal disease, is the culprit. 
Plants that can be affected include squash, ciK:umbers, 
cantahwpes, watermelon, and pumpkin. 

Initial symptons crf'the disease are the white or brown 
spots or growths on leaves and young stems. Plants 
may yellow, wither and die while the fruit sunscakis or 
ripens prematurely. 

Cultural contrd measures include planting resistant 
varieties, using proper spadng between plants, and 
practidng crop rotation. Chemical control measures call 
fro spraying the affected plant with benomyl at 7 to 10 
day intervals. Benomylis not registered for use on 
pumpkins. 

Store canned prodiicls 

Floating peaches 

Q: What causes peaches to sometime float In Jars? 
[Unda Qbson-Great Bridge] 

A: Fruit has a tendency to float to the top of the jar 
where it changes cokes when exposed to the trapped air. 
This usually occms because the fruit is packed too 
loosely, syrup is too heavy, or because some air 
remains in tissues of the fruit after heating and 
processing. 

Store canned products > 

Q: Where should I store home-canned prodocti nd 
bow long win they last? [Lucille Wattsoa-Fort Story] 

A: Canned goods should be stored in a cool, dry, dark 
place. Storage temperatures between 50° and 70**F are 
acceptable. Iflgher temperatures reduce tl^ shelf-life 
on storage period and can cause spoihige. It is 
reconmended ioc tc^ quality caniKd goo^, tfiat you 
preserve for one year. Food will be safe to use for 
longer than a one year storage period, but it gradually 
loses quality. 



26 Virginia Beach Suh; Wednesday. August 13, 1980 



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REDUCE SAFE AND FAST 

with CfOltoe Tablets and E-Vap' 

"water piHs'\ Cro^t Bridge 

Pharmacy. 

2 KSrZO 

The Faulcon Family wishes to 
thank everyone for kind geittures 
during their period of §nef. 
2 It8-13 

GORILLA SHOW! Remamber 
the boxing and wrestUng chimpst 
A new book is just out about the 
history of the Gorilla Show, 
Paperbacks • $13.50. Hardbacks 
- $16.00. Copies can be had (post 
paid) by sending check or money 
order (no cash or stamps please) 
to: Noell's Ark Publisher. P. O. 
Box 396, Tarpon Springs, 
Florida 33589. 80 Pages of 
Photographs! 
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inspection, very go<xi shape, new 
paint, $1495. 1972 Pinto, hatch- 
back. $695. Volkswagon Beetle, 
1967, 4 speed, excellent con- 
dition, new paint. $995. 853- 
7656, 853-7657. 

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USED CARS FOR SALE - 1973 
Ford Thunderbird, all factory 
power, runs great, $895. $500 
down. We finance, no credit 
check, DMV 6057. Owens and 
Johnson Motor Co. 547-2266. 
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- 1974, v«fy good conditicm, 
$650,399-8273. 

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4 door. Can 4814986. 

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Towne Car, 1^4. 84,O0O miles, 
excellent condition, $1650. 4<7- 
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CADILLAC -1973, Coupe 
DeVillc. very good condition, 
62,000 miles, $1400 or best offer. 
480-1960. 

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automatic transmission, 6 cylin- 
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excellent condition. $2795. 340- 
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HONDA . CVCC 1976, very 
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mileage, excellent condition, 
$2300. Call 627-1972. 

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4 speed, very good running con- 
dHlon. $2250. 623-3562. 

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DATSUN . 1976 station wagon, 
4 speed, very good running con- 
dition. $2250. 623-3562. 
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USED CAR FOR SALE - 

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down. We finance, no c '976. Excellent condition. 36,000 Dorado 

check, DMV 6057. Owens """'^S' "'^^^ ''•"^' ^'^^' ^^■^"* 



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offer. 853-1091 anytime. 

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best offer. 481-1621 until 10 p.m. 

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MUSTANG - 1966, top con- 
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mileage, $2000. Call 481-1621 
anytime until 10 p.m. 

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- Good milage, good MPG. 
regular gas. air conditioned, 
automatic. Like niew interior, 
good body. Needs tires. Make 
offer. Call 547-7261 after 7 p.m. 

ft ., 4t8-27 

COUGAR - 1975. XR7. excelleni 
condition, power steering and 
brakes. 2 doors. 420-4630, 54^ 
8297.^ „ . 

ft 4t8-20 

BUICK LESABRE - 1977, 6 

cylinder, 2 door, vinyl top, 
power brakes and steering, 
automatic transmission, air con- 
ditioning, . 84,000 miles. Good 
condition, $2500. 460-3540. 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 

ft 4t8-20 

CHEVROLET CHEVETTE - 

IMO, 4 spped, AM radio, great 
gas milage, best offer. 587-5435 
after 5 p.m. 

ft 4t8-20 

CORVETTE . 1976. 44.000 
miles, automatic transmission, 
power windows. AM/FM stereo, 
air conditwning. power steering, 
$6000. Can Mike Latimer at 463- 
0072. 9- 5 daily. 
6 4t9-2 



lt8-13 



VOLVO - 1977, 264 GL. air con- 
ditioning, automatic, electric 
windows, AM/FM stereo, moon 
roof, radials. $6, 195. 397-2928. 
6 4t8/13 



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DODGE TRUCK — 1973, 
Custtmi 300, VA tons dump, 
needs work. $1730. 467-1900 
between 9 a.m. toad 5 p.m. 
7 4t8-20 

FORD TRUCK - 1976, F-2S0. 8 
cylinder, standard transmission, 
power steering and brakes. 420- 
4630, 545-8297. 
7 4t8-20 

VOLKSWAGEN VAN - 1973, 

good condition, $1995. 543- 

6253. 

7 4t8-20 

FORD VAN - 1969, automatic 8 
cylinder, runs great, new inspec- 
tion, tires all good. $650. 460- 
3471,587-7886. 

7 4t8/13 

CHEVY DYNA VAN - 1973, 
fully self-contained, sleeps 6, 
power steering, power brakes, air 
conditioning, AM/FM. 8 cylin- 
der. $5395. 587-3909. 
7 4t8/13 

DODGE CUSTOMIZED VAN • 

1977. bl»:k metallic paint, 5 
mags, custom interior, very 
ckan. must sell. $395K) or best of- 
fer. Call Mike. 547-5820. 
7 4t8-20 



VEGA PARTS - 1072 sedan and 
1974 station wagon. Cheapl Call 
547-4848 after 5 on weekdays 
and anytime weekends. 
8 4t9-2 



HOr^lA - 1977, CR 125, Uke 

new, $750 or bait offer; S47- 

0873. 

9 4H40 

M0PSD6 ' Pucb Newpoft t. 

Mack and Kvhkc and Pttch Man- 

^xHt, oUiw'^«c«, amm hftn 

run. Over 100 nUa per gtykm. 

460-3501. 

9_ ^t-2P 

■^i^^i^^^— — ^■^— i— i— i— — *■ ■ ■■[■■■■I. 

HONDA • 1979, CX 500 
Custom, silhouette wtmtehwld, 
crash bar, sissy bar, rack, and 
ouise control. $1800. Call 490- 
0048 anytime. 
9 4t8-27 

HONDA MOTORCYCLES • 

1978 XL 75. $600. Z50. $400. 
Z30, $375. Under 100 miles, like 
new, 495-0016, 495-0993. 

9 4t9;;2 

HONDA - 1977, 400CC, 4800 
miles, $1200 or best offer. 588- 
6259. 

2 It8-I3 

YAMAHA • 1978 llOOXS, King 
and Queen seat, Excdlent o>n- 
ditioft, under warroity, garage 
kept. Has to be seen to be ap- 
preciated. $2950, 466-1001 . 
9 M9-2 



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STAMAS - 1972, 24' fiberglass, 
Volvo inboard-outboard, 6 
cylinder, 165 horsepower, good 
condition, $5500. 583-4152. 

IL . 4t8/13 

SPORTCRATT - 21' hard top 
with 1979 Volvo 255 horsepower 
engine. Fresh water cooled. 280 
outdrive, very waworthy, ready. 
Equipment and E-Z trailer, 
$6,000. 488-r532. 

11 4t8/13 

SEA RAY . 1979. 22* 198 hor- 
sepower engine. E-Z Loader 
trailer. Electric winch, ejuxUent 
condition, $12,500. 499-7940. 
11 4t8/13 

RENKEN ■ 16' fiberglass, 65 
horsepower Evinrude. Boat, 
motor, and trailer, $3195. 420- 
9634 or 543-7137. 
U 4t8/13 

GRADY UmiTE • 19' Angler, 
140 OMC Inboard-outboard, 
fully equii^ed, long galvani«d 
trailer. 467-3990. 
11 4t8-20 

LYMAN - 26* inboard, 1978 
Bwdel, sleq;)s 3, excellent fishing 
boat for bay and day cruiser. 
Less than 200 hours. Special 
price, $13,500. 393-6049. 

11 - 4t8-20 

CHAPARRAL . 244 (24'). 
Bought new last season. 
Economical Mercruiser inboard- 
outboard. Loaded with &ptiom. 
Sharp, kept in dry storage, will 
demonstrate. Call 722-7351 
(Hampton), 
n 4t8-27 

SEA RAY - 1978, 19', 198 horse- 
power Mercury inboard - out- 
board, full instrumentation, dep- 
th finder, etc. Excellent con- 
dition, $7500. 427-2016. 

li 2t8-20 

WINNER - 1973, 120 horse- 
power inboard • outboard, traikr 
included. Good condition, 
$3000. 497-1(^7 days, 486-3658 
nights. 

II 4t9-2 

LONG BOAT TRAILER - 
Capacity up to 19 feet, very good 
condition, $450. Call 497-4920. 
II 4t9-3 



SAILMAT • 1973 Intoteke. 

18', e<|nlpped for racing. Boiton 

sails, with Pmico trailer, very 

good condition. $2300. Cat! after 

6.422-2742. 

» 4t8/13 



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•OOKKESPEII -NCR 33 
taadibte opcrautr, receptionist, 
typist, permanent position. 
Great Mdge area. S«id resume 
to: P. O. Box 15284, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, 23320. 

4t8/l3 



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PAINTER . Looking for em- 
Ployement. Free estimates, call 
Mr. Aries Parker at 622-2078 
'^ ' 4t9.2 

HAVE A HIGHLY Profitable 
and beautiful Jean Sh^ of your 
own. Featuring the latest in 
Jeans, Denims and Spcmswear. 
$16,500.00 includes b^inning 
Inventory, fixtures and training. 
You may have your stwe t^»en in 
as little as 15 days. CaU any time 
for Mr. Higgins 817-282-0764. 
'5 2t8-21 



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RACQUETBALL • Easy to learn 
and fun to play. Frte lessons - 
The Ace of aubs at Ofewibrier. 
Call 424-7644 for f^ee brochure. 
19 4t8-20 



-l-rri\a!'. Insiriuiiof 



VIOLIN AND PIANO Lessons - 
Including music theory. giv«i to 
students of all levels by highly 
qualified teacher. 424-3433, 424- 

2957, 

2' 8t9-17 



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SILKY TERRIER • AKC 

registered, fonale pun>y, non- 
shedding toy breed, champion- 
ship bloodlines. $350. 482-23)9. 
22 4t8-20 

BEAGI£ • AKC Registered male 

3 years old. $50 547-4849 After 5 

p.m. 

n 4t8-20 

ENGUm SPRINGER Spaniels 
- AKC registered puppies, 
whelped June 22, and wormed. 
Black and white, liver and white, 
$150 each. Tri-colored, $250 
each. 429-31 14. 

22 4t9-2 

DOGS - Basset Hound, 1 year 
aid female, red and white, $100. 
Chow, AKC registered, female, 
blue, 4 months old, $200. 583- 
1990. 

22 ^ 419^2 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies - AKC registered female, 
pick of the litter, very large, 6 
weeks old, 427-6627. 

22 4t8-ll 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies - AKC registeivd, champion 
sired, wormed, all shots, bred for 
hips ami temperament. Dam has 
CDX. Sable, black and tan. 853- 
»20. 
22 4t9-2 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER Pup- 
pies - Pedigree, AKC roistered, 
sire and dam of chaihpionship 
line, available July 26th. Show 
quality dogs - Serious iiuiuiries 
only. 427-3380. 
22 4t8/13 



AMERICAN BREiS ESKIMO 

^tz Pu{» - UKC roistered 
white nudes and femates, 11 
wci^s old. aU sh<Hs and wortned. 
$l»eadi. 487-1512. 
n 4tt/13 

GOMAN smamsm^ Pup- 

piet • AKC registir«d. tf aiei. 
health and tonpownoit guinui' 
teed. ChamiHon sired, terms 
avaUiftile. Prices start at $150. 
4184085 anytime. 
32 40-27 

BRITTANY SPANIEL puppiet - 
AKC registered, 4 males, 5 weeks 
old. $100 each. 490-3067. 
22 4t^27 



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HORSES . Registered Arabians, 
half and three-quarters Arabs by 
Peebles Manaaba. $400 and up. 
Stud service by Peebles Manaaba 
and GTB Fire Chief. 484-1528. 
24 4t8/I3 

MORGAN HORSES • Family 
show/Pleasure. 3 weanlings. 1 
yearling, mare 7 years, brood 
mare 10 years, !^ Morgan mare 
13 years, $600 and up. Saddle, 
$125; Cart, $150; Harness. $200. 
426-2250. 
24 4t8.20 



25- XrfiiU's for Salf 



nRST TIME OFFERED - 

"California Girl", Painting by 

Anthony Cacalano, dated 1964; 

TTiis 4' square canvas won't fit 

new residence. $600 Serious 

inquiries only. Leave message for 

J.P.,42(V<330. 

25 4t8-20 

CENTRAL AIR Conditiraing 
system • GE, 2 ton, complete, 
furnace included. $400. 467- 
3990. 

25 4t8-20 

raSSONAUZia) "Cancature" 
Christinas Caids, or N(^ Cards 
- Give Something Original. Your 
caricature aadt from any of 
your photc^raphi submitted, 
(they wiU be returned to you with 
car&). DdivCTy sbc weeb. C^rds 
will be printed in oik caior ink 
on colored paper with matching 
envelopes. 4V* x SVi, with 
cariotture on front side and 
Christmas message imide. (Ymi 
can get Mank inside witii to ad- 
ditional charge or your messa^ 
for additional $10.00). Any 
quantity can be printed, ask for 
quotations. Call 627-5810. 
25 4t8-27 

DINING ROOM SETS • Light 
Maple dining room set, 6 chain, 
$150. Dark Maple dining room- 
set, 4 chairs, $225. Corner chat, 
$25, Signature sewing machine, 
$70. excellent conditicm. 467- 
2926. 
25 4t8-27 

REFRIGERATOR/FRIXZQI • 

Automatic defrost, 2 doors, 
$225. Apartment sized 
refrigerator, $150. Automatic 
washer, $125. Automatic dryer, 
$100. All in very good condition. 
Call 393-1110 between 10 a.m. 
and 6 p.m. 

23 8^7 

DINING ROOM SUITE . Oak 

Table and Chairs. 6 chairs, china 
cabinet, and server. 2 brass cof- 
fee tabtn, brass plated double 
bed headboard. Oak plant stand. 
421-2245. 

25 418-20 



25- VrliiUs ftir SuK 



MINK COAT . Puce white, 
called Oladal, ankle lei^h, per- 
fect condition. $2500. Phone 
C22-1203. 
25 4t»37 

l^SB) BnOGERAItMS for 

*^ • Citt 4ai4aai for faifor- 
mttkNi. 

M. 4t8.27 

M^UE iEDIOOM suite • 

ItaMlboard. box firings, dresser, 
and mirror, cheat, and 2 night 
stands. AU for $200. CaU after 5. 
484-2903. # 

25 4tS-l7r 



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BOTTLE COLLECTH)N • Jime 

Beam botties. dated late 1960*8 

to early 1970*8, $5 each. 497- 

2553. 

26 ^2 

BASEBALL - PINBALL 

Machine - Old timer from Ocnn 
View amusemrat park. Great for 
den or bar. $250. 406-6572. 
26 4t8/l3 

DINING ROOM KT • Antique 

round oak table with hand cm*- 

ved Uons' heads at base ami daw 

feet, reflnished. 6 fiddleback 

chairs, unfinished, $1500. 420- 

5426. 

26 4t8/13 



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H-ECTRIC STOVE - DBLE. 

oven, clock, florescent light 
across top. Westinghouse. 
$35.00 or make offer; CWl 482- 
1768 after 5 anytime (mi weeken- 
ds. 
27 , YP 

SEWING MACHINE in cabinet. 
^CThauled recentiy. WiU trade 
for empty oibiiwt or seU for $40. 
or best offer. CaU 482-1768 after 
5. Anytinw wedcends. 
27 TF 



2M-( ,.ir.im Rumfti.i^i ^al( 



FAmS STREET FLEA market - 
(^)en Tlian.-Sun., 10-6. CcHne 
on in ami browse rmind! 8 dif- 
ferent sh<^. 34K> Azalea Oar- 
den Rd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



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WE BUY REFRICaCRATORS . 

Non-working and used 

refrigovtors. 481-2208. 

29 4t8-27 



^!l MuMi.;il M( ri 



ALTO SAXOPHONE • Like 

new, leather case, $>^. 425- 

0434. 

30 4t8-20 



^ I ( 4Mns ;in() Mainps 



NORVIEW • RARE COINS. 

Norfolk's m(»t complete. Buy. 
seU, tnde. Buying sUver cdns. 
42 Southern Shopping Cento', 
Norfolk. 853-8118. 
31 CBDTF 



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STERLING SILVER BAND- 

size 5!/i. Sag^tarus and Viigo 
sigm in raised sterling, lovely 
ami different. $25 or best offer. 
CaU ^2-1768 after 6 p.m. 
32 HTF 



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FIREWOOD - Hard wood or 

mixed, will deliver, call for 
prices. 588-3730. 

34 4t8/l3 



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PBACHIS • MAITIN'S FAIM 
You piek, $S.SO hidf bmM. 
Bring eontalnes. Larie, picft- 
UM, easy {^Idiif , drive on field. 
FoUow ^inc^ Anne Rd. mniUi. 
Route 6IS to end. On Knott'i 
Istamd, fi^ow s^ to (Mrdianl. 
For 6^ r^»ort ctU 429-3564. 
429-3542, 4«7-0775. 
33 4t8/!3 



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GROW ANYTHINGI - "Green 

Thumb Principle." You too can 

have a green thumb. Send S2.98 

to Green Thumb, P. O. Box 

4357, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 

23454. 

35 8t9-17 



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SENCO Am TRIM GUN - $400. 
Used shop vacuum, $25. Used 
Milwaukee sawsall, $100. Elec- 
tric imiMct wrench, $100. 2 ton 
Come - Along, $75. All like new. 
486-3656. 

37 4t8-27 

3 Han SCREW GUNS • $100. 
2 Leather safety harnesses, $25 
each. Runs^ gun with box, 
$150. Arrow hammer tackM-, 
$25. Senco P stapler, $150. AU 
have never been used. 486-3656. 
37 4t8-27 

UrROUTERY MACHINE 

lllWExceDent condition. $4^. 

CaU 397-4413 - 9 a.m. to 5:30 

p.m. 

37 4tg.27 

SEWING MACHINE HEAVY 

Duty. Excellent condition $400. 
Call 397-4413. 9 a.m. to 5:30 
p.m. 



37 



4t8-27 



BUSH HOG AND 11IACT(» • 

5 foot Covii«ton Bush Hog, jutt 
like new; Maney Ferguson 85 
tracts. Both in exodloit a>n- 
dition. $3800 for both. 420-1866. 
37 4t8/13 



3,H liu. 



3M COmai • Ofice type. $450, 

CaU 485-2601 afto' 5 p.m. 

38 2t8-13 

CASH REGKTERS - 3 NCR 

6075-M registers, $2M each. 
Make an offer for aU three. CaU 
Lee Banks at 587-6128. 
38 4t8-27 

ALL tYPES, NEW AND used 
restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equipment Company. 
lOMGranby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



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STEREO - Soundesign, 

AM/FM, 8 track. Turntable, 2 

speakers, excellent condition, 

$200 or best offer. 588-2305 

anytime. 

39 4t9-2 

MAGNAVOX COLOR TV • 21 

inch diagonal screen, $150. Call 

588-5955. 

39 419-3 



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BEAUTIFUL LIVING Alter- 
native - Oceana - Dam Neck 
nearby. 24 ft. x 60 A. dMik 
wide ''Derby Run." Hal 
everything, excellent condition. 
CInr title. Visits welcome. Call 
425-8353. 
40 4t8-20 



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mniALD PARK . Mobile 
Home 1970, 12* x 60% 2 
J>e*ooms, stove, waslier, dryer, 
and 2 air conditioners. $4»0 or 
best offer. 421-9417. 
^ 4t8-20 

NASHUA . 1980, 14* X 56', 2 
bedrooms, furnished, washer 
and dryer, $500 and assume 12% 
VA loan. 490-1786. 
^2 4t8/13 

FLAMINGO MOBILE HOME • 

1974, 12' X 70', 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, air conditioning, car- 
peted, washer, dryer, 
refrigerator, stove, excellent 
condition, $8500. 480-2732. 
40 4t9-2 

FLEETWOOD - 1973, 3 

bedrooms, 1 '/i baths, living 
room with expando, fenced yard, 
all appliances, can remain on lot. 
Call 497-7783 between 9 a.m. 
and 8 p.m. 

^ 4t8/13, 

HOMETTE MOBILE HOME - 

1972 12 X 70 ft. Central Air Con- 
ditioning. Partially furnished. 
Oil tank included. Shown by ap- 
pointment only. 499-2584. 
^ , 4t8-20 



CHESAPEAKE - Lovely brick 
ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2 iNiths, 
large dm with fireplace, central 
air, foiced yard. Uu^e patio. By 
owner. 420-5365 or 547-5318. 
47 4t9.3 



5'^-Hy> I'rop furSHlt 



DO YOU WANT THE BEST? 

For Rent • Alport Industrial 
Park. 900 to 16,000 square fMt. 
office with or without 
warehouse. 460-3501. 466-7188. 
55 4t8-20 



5y-i()r Suit' ( hcsapt'akt' 



GREAT BUDGE DUPLEX • A 

Home Plus an Investment. 
Lovely brick duplex with 
qiadous 3 bedroom apai^iwnt 
and 2 bedroom apartment. 
Mo<toii attractive, ami in ex- 
c^ott coiuUtion. On large, pine 
shaded lot at 236 and 234 Fresno 
Drivt (just off AUoi Drive b^- 
wem Johnstown Road and Bat- 
tiefield Boulevard). $68,500. CaU 
482-3979 for an>oinUnent to see. 
59 2t8-13 



o.VliHs tor Suit- 



CHESAPEAKE • Homestead 
aa^. Large lot, ov«- Vi acre 
with trees. $16,750. 482-1580. 

63 4t8-20 

DO YOU WANT THE BEST? - 

AzalM Garden R<Md at Lake 
Whitehurst. Wooded, 4 to 
choose from, by owner. 460-3501 
days. 466-7188 nights. 
63 4t8-20 



<)5-l or Siilc 



HOUSE - 2 story, 3 bedrooms, I 
bath, large corner lot, central air, 
^gas heat, no qualifying paid 
$10,000 equity, assume $28,000 
balance. 587-7886, 460-3471, 
55 4t8/I3 



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MARAUDER Travel Trailer - 
1976, 28', sleeps 6, full bath, air 
conditioning, plenty of wardrobe 
space, awning, very good con- 
dition. 855-3847.' 
66 4t8/13 



raOWLER • Like new, I7V4 ft. 
trailM', uMd 3 times. Large 
^iftf^N««tor. stove, ovm, Itoof 
air Conditioner. $3295. With 
1975 Ford LTD. Complete 
package $5500. 3017 Illinois 
Avenue. Norfolk, 853-2793. 
W 4t8-20 



iMTNICl's OlilTl'l! 



StONEY PROBLEMS? Sub- 
stantial income. Legal, ethical, 
honest. Informatijjn describes 
program. Send self-addressed 
^stamped envelope, plus 50« han- 
dling to: Baker Enterprises, Box 
236A, Franklin Va. 23851. 
71 4t8-27 

PAINTER - EXPERIENCED - 

FREE estimates. Interior, ex- 
terior, touch-ups. You name it - 1 
do it! Reasonalbe rates. Call 
Mike at 482-3224. anytime. 
71 4t 8-20 

TYPING . ALL KINDS, IBM 

Selectric, 7 days a week, 428- 
5240 anytime. Services for smaU 
businesses, term papers, 
resumes, manuscripts. 



proposals. 
71 




4t8-27 


WILL PICK UP - any unwanted 
K«imore or Whirlpool washer. 
486-4098. 

71 4t8-27 



AUTO CRUSHERS - Al Junk 
Car Ronovers. AU cars towed 
away free, top doUar pddl Fast 
Smice. 487-9222. 
71 TF8-5 

ESTRAflA ELECTi^}AL • In- 

iKivations • Superior electronic 
and q^cal sates, service, and in- 
ttaUation. Business, tumie, and 
auto. Free estimates. 427-3786. 

71 4t8/l3 

BABl^ffrnNG • In my home, 
WiUoughby, West Ocean View 
vea. EHuly, weekly, monthly 
rates. Some nights and weeken- 
ds. Judy P. WUey, 587-1251 . 

71 4t8/l3 

I WILL BABYSIT for working 
parents - Experienced sitter, 
prefer 3 to 5 year (rfds, available 
Monday tiirough Friday. South 
Norfolk 543-5238. 
71 4t8/13 

BABYSnTING • For working 
mcMhers, weekdays. Hot hinches, 
snacks. Refo'ences. Pocahontas 
ViUage, 499-1545. 
71 lt8-13 

BABYSnTOK: Day, evening, 
nights, overnights; weekly or 
hourly rates; your house or sit- 
ters; No age limit. Chnapeake 
Townhouses Area on Geneva 
Ave. Phones: 485-4147 or 485- 
5129. 
71 4t9-3 

NURSE WILL BABYSIT • In 

my home, weekdays. Hilltop - 

Oceana area. 428-5^)9. 

71 2t8-20 

WILL DO BABYSITTING - In 

my home, weekdays. Experien- 
ced sitter, certificate. 622-^X78. 
71 4t9-2 

WILL BABYSIT • In my home. 

Pembroke area, ages 2 to 4 yws, 

Monday through Friday. 4^- 

1230. 

71 4t9-2 

I WILL BABYSIT • In my home, 
Monday through Friitay, ages 3 
and up. Experienced mother, 
fenced yard, 857-6458. 
71 4t9-2 



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BABYSITTING - My home on 
weekdays, toddtars and up. Toys 
and playmates, fenced yard. 
Weekly ntes, $30 for one chtte 
ami $45 fw two. Wedgwood 
TraUer Park. 497-6321. 
71 418/13 

VnEPLACE SPEOALIST will 
build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175, 2-5 p.m. 
71 ^ CDBTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man, the smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior pain- 
ting. 424-4687. 
71 TFCDB 

SUNSHINE DAY CARE - We 

will be accepting applications un- 
til September 1st. Ages 2 - S 
years, 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Hot 
meals, dally activities full or part 
time. Bow Creek area, Virginia 
Beach. 587-8230. 
71 3t8-27 



rauCK CAPS-NiEW 

FROM $169.95 

FINANCE-MonlMy Paymtnts Avail- 
•Mv-Wa Accmrt Tradc-lm! 

Junior Suttle 

G«o. WMMnglon Mmvy. & Canal Or. 
Taka 17 H9i% off l-M 



VISA a Mastar Oiarga 



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INSTRUCTION 



LEARN TO DRIVE 
TRACTOR - - 
TRAILER 



NO EXPEFUENCE NEEDED 

We train MEN and WOMEN. 
No r^ed to quit present jc^. 
FULL or PART TIME training 

foi MwB Intormatton CallAn^ime 




TELEPHONK 
SAli':S 

Byeriy PubliciiliiMi.s i.s 
kMrfUng for a per)i<in with a 
pleasant phone voice to 
Join our cla.ssified .sales 
staff. Salary. Monday thru 
Friday, 8:50 to 5:00. Good 
typing and good spelling 
ability essential. Call IVf rs^^ 
Singco, 547-4571. 



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GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

Homes & Custom 

Builders 

iSALES OFFICE 

333 Providence Rd. 

CALL 464-9317 



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Husband leaves family 
in Virginia Beach; 
woman wants reassurance 

Dear LaVerae, 

Last year, my husband deserted me, leaving me to 
raise our 3 children in Virginia Beach alone. I am a 
Christian and I want my children to be raised in a 
Christian home, but sometimes it seems impossible to 
carry on. The devil constantly tells me that I'll never 
make it, that at some pdnt I will have to give up. 

Even though I am a Christian, most of my days are 
without joy. What can the future possibly hold for me? 

(signed: S. G.) 

DearS.^, 

Thank you for your letter, it seems like Satan has 
launched an attack on the family unit. Well over half of 
all mariages in America end in divwce. I appreciate the 
fact that you have made a stand for Christ and you want 
your children raised in a Christian home. 

Now, the devil may tell you that youMl never make it, 
but you are a child of Ciod, and "Greater is he that is in 
you than he that is in the world.*' OF COURSE YOU'RE 
GOING TO MAKE FT. Don't evcn^consider giving up 
your faith in Christ. Satan is tryirirtifiLBiake you believe 
that things would be better for you if you denied your 
walk with the Lord. But that is just another one of his 
many cheap, deceiving tricks. And if you fall for it, t^he 
devil will ultimately ruin your entire life. 

You mentioned that you have no joy in your life. I can 
understand how you've allowed your circumstances to 
rob you of your joy. I am going to give you a scripture 
verse and I want you to write it down and claim it every 
day of your life. Jesus spoke these words in St. John 
16:25. "Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name, 
ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full." 




ImnC POR EVBIVDW. CAU. 

486-3430 Sun/Post Classifieds. 
Fast results for Buyers and Sellers. 



t^lJJtiJ Deadlines 


News deadline for the VIK<;iNIA BKACH 
SUN is 5 p.m. Friday for \the firflowing 
Wednesday's edition. 

Articles must be legible, preferably 
typcwrilicn, double-spaced on standard siy.ed 


paper. 

Pictua's must be sharp, clear and 
accompanied by complete information. (AN 
persons in pictures must be identified.) 

Thertf is no ciniiigc for news articles or 


pictures. 
Pictures 


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arrangenKnts 


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Gazebo gatherings 



On Saturday, August 16, the Virginia Beach Depar- 
tment of Parl(s and Recreation will sponsor an after- 
noon of music and art, under the pines, at Bayville Park 
from 2 to 5 p.m. 

Music will be provided from 4 to 6 p.m. by the school 
of music faculty lab band. 

Call 467-4884 for more information. 



Caning workshop slated 

The Virginia Beach Department of Agriculture/ 
Cooperative Extension Service is scheduling a chair 
caning workshop on August 20, through 22, from 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the VPI Annex on South Birdneck 
Road. 

A registration fee for materials is required. Please call 
427-4511 to register. 



Hurricane emergency lecture 



^ Lee Eskey, emergency services coordinator for the 
City of Virginia Beach, will repeat his program on 



hurricane safety at the Bayside branch of the Virginia 
Beach Public Library on Wednesday, August 20 from 7 
to 8 p.m. 

Due to space limitations, registration for the program 
is required. 

Register by calling the library at 464-9280. It 
located at 936 Independence Boulevard. 



IS 



Physicals announced 



Physicals for the 1980-81 school year will be given at 
Virginia Beach Junior High School on Tuesday, August 
19, in the gymnasium. 

Boys examinations will be given at 6 p.m. and giris 
examinations will be given at 7 p.m. 

Physical forms are to be completed prior to the 
examination. These forms may be obtained in the 
school office. 



Chamber plans outing 



••Stand Up and Cheer America" Is the theme for the 
Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce annual outing 
scheduled for Wednesday, August 13. 



"The annual outing is planned as an opportunity for 
chamber members to get together on an informal basis, 
to become better acquainted," Clenton Shanks, cham- 
ber president, said. 

In conjunction with the outing, to be held on the Nor- 
th Lawn of the Cavalier Hotel, a golf tournament will 
be held beginning at 10 a.m. at the Cavalier Yacht and 
Country Club. Larry Sutton is ^rvtng as coordinator 
for the tournament. 

Beginning at 4:30 in the afternoon, Chamber msn- 
bers will gather for a barbeque. Entertunment will be 
provided by Tommy Gwaltney and his band and also a 
special presentation by the Western Branch Cloggers. 

The outing is open to all Chamber members and their 
guests and reservations may be made by calling the 
Virginia Beach Chambo' of Comment. 



Ballet open house set 



The ODU/ Virginia Beach BaUet, will sponsor an 
open house and free dance classes on August 16 ami 23 
lie Beach studio. 620 Village Drive, £Ultop. 

The elates for participation and/or observation will 
be conducted each day from 10 to 11 a.m. for ballet I 
and II and 1 1 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for advance ballet IV. 

For more information call 425-0994 or 4404486. 



eCDCC CDBBBeBBPE BECOE 



4-H fishing program set 



For more complete forecast, read indications for your 
Ascendant sign plus Birth sign. To find your Ascendant 
sign, count ahead from Birth sign the number of signs 
indicated. 



Ttme of Blrtk 

4 to 6 a.m. 

6 to 8 a.m. 

8 to 10 a.m. 

10 to Noon 
Noon to 2 p.m. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 6 p.m. 

ft to 8 p.m. 

8 to 10 p.m. 

lOtoMi^iight 

Midnight to 2 a.m. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



ProbaMe Ascendant is: 

Same as birth si^ 
First sign following 

Second sign following 
Third sign following 

Fourth si^ following 
Fifth sign following 
Sixth sign following 

Seventh sign following 

S^th sign following 

Nfi^ Sigi following 

Tenth sign foUowit^ 

Elevelith sign fbllowing 



For week of August 13-20 



ARIES; (Mardi 21 to April 
19 — - Also Ariel AnreBdaot) 
- Deal with resistance or 
conflict with mate <»• lover 
[calmly. No^the time for 
I confrontation. Blockages at 
WOTk can erode your self- 
coWideBce if yoa allow it. 
K«qpQn^ tscm to the griml- 
;St«ie ami maintain a low 
profile. 
TA%JliU& (Aj^ W to May 
I — Abo Taams Ascead- 
'airt) — Work m creative 
projects but don't present 
tbem until the «id of the 
week. Rfmoancs is fav€Nn^ 
for the unattached and otR- 
ers find pleasRve in lively 
eommunicati<m with mate 
or lover. Not the time f«* 



sp^ndattflg with money. 

GEMINI: (May 21 to June 
W — Also Gemiai AM%ad< 

wt> — Y(m can feel a pull 
betwe^i caree" and domes- 
tic int«ests. Not tte time to 
ovsf^eM or Invest in a 
^c«^w scheme pr^ented 
by a toend. Put forth your 
bri^ ideas at work during 
he la^ part of he week. 

CAm^ (Joe 21 to Jii^ 
22 — MmCmttm Mea^ 
aat) ^He^m time to risk 
your iBMiey OB «mxrit»dy 
^e^s i^rtw«& Chedi ort all 
^ tm^ ^aauMfy — mme- 
tl^ VMB^iUe GQvA^ be ia- 
voIvrL Guard again^ im- 



pulsive worcJte you could re- 
gret if you and a loved (me 
have di^agre^fients. 

Vmt (Jidy n Ui Ang. 22 «- 
Abo hmM^i^miaU) — Deal 
with teiae family members 
calmly. Don't be afraid to 
say you're sofiy il you are at 
fault Not the time to push 
your ideas on others. Coop- 
eration is key, so listen and 
reach diplomatic agree- 
ments. 

VIRGa (Aug. 23 to Sept. 
22 — Abo Vir^ Ascembat) 

— Accept challenges on the 
job and prove your worth. 
T\Mme in high p<»itiOB are 
watching you and will be im- 
pi^sed. ij^ your creative 
intellect and d(wi't let minor 
setbacks um^rve you. Above 
all. don't let down on eff icin- 
cy. 

UBRA: (Sept 23 to Oct. 22 
— • Abo LUMra Ai^»toit) — 
Follow your intmtioo and 
proceed with a creative 
project You could be up fin* 
a rai^ in pay and the in- 
creased cash sl^M Ik me4 
to pay bilbt mt ^^eculate 
with, tkm't let otetael^ 
(^e^ you — gel enough 
rest 

SOM^Kk (Ort. n to Nov. 
21 - AhnSm^Mceai' 
aat) — Re^t tei^imcf to 
dictate to ottors — be diplo- 
nuitie. ^e^Bw in jNwr tal- 
a^MKl 4Miv^ tti^ Con- 
cMfrate m wmk sM Amt 
be M a^ If bf^b^eoC 
on {rfeasfft. 0eal Witt au- 



^ority figsres calmly and 
dm't lose your tonper. 

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 
to Dec. 21 ^ M»i&4ittarHtt 
^eendaat) -^V9mkmmeti 
g& well and it could be tte 
right time to ask for a rabe. 
You ami ytmc naate of part- 
ner could ha^ disa|p«e- 
m^ts over moi^. Be mee 
your way i^'t too esrtrava- 
gant and ov^ly-optimbtk. 

CAPRICCmN: (Dec. 22 to 
Jan. 19 — Also Capricwrnj 
A«^»^aat) — Consult y<wr 
mate or partner befor! 
spending any sizable mount j 
of money, or arguments will^ 
surely result Use pers<mali 
initiative at work ~ you have 
the cooperation of associ-j 
ates. Romance and fun arej 
pron^s^ on the weekend. 

AQUARIl^- (laa. m M 
Feb. 18 — Abo A^wrin As-f 
eewfawt) — Help on a cur- 
rent prej^t is forth< 
if you're patient and 
your tin^ ^sst tte t€ 
tatim to spend moMy 
havwi't eam^. Your 
are impred and iati^ira 
htg^ so p«th forwaitf towi 

n^TES: (Feb. 19 to Marei 
W — Abo Pisces AscendantlJ 
-» Take care of routine mat' 
t4^^ at woric bef<H« you con- 
<Mtra^ on new proj 
Not the tin^ to appit^K^ 
perions witti y^w ^^em k 
^offe. («an^^ «r 
latiwB b wt lavor^ 
wU OMO^ ^ed OM 



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The Virginia Beach 4-H office will sponsor a 4-H 
Fishing Program on Friday, August 22, at the Lyn- 
nhaven Pishing Pier. 

The pier is located off Shore Drive about one mile 
east of the Lynnhaven Inlet bridge. 

Young people between the ag^ of nine and 19 are in- 
vited to participate in the program. Parents are welcome 
to accompany their children . 

There is a chaise per participant plus the cost of the 
bait. 

For more information call the 4-H offi<« at 427- 
4617. 




Management workshop set 



A workshop designed to aid Virginia Beach manages 
and administrators to understand various life stag^ and 
their implications for personal and organizational per- 
formance will be offered next month by Virginia Tech's 
Business Extension. 

The program, which will be taught by Kenneth B. 
Wooldridge, coordinator of human resource develop- 
ment for business extension, will be offered Moi^y, 
Sept. 8, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Shwaton Beach ton. 

Enrollment is limited to 25, and it fee will be char^. 

Those wishing lodging should contact the Sheraton 
Inn. 

Further informatiwi concerning the pr<^ram can be 
obtained from Dr. Kenneth Pwcal, associate director 
for program devdoi^nent, Donaldson Brown Coiter 
for Continuing Edu(»ticm, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg 
Va. 24061 or by caUing (703) 961-5241 . R^stntion (^ 
be made through the adult r^strar at the Donaldsai 
Brown Center. 




26 917323 08/20/81 
VIRGINIA STATE 




WwtoMday, Aofud 30. INO 
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Pianning to attend West Virginia University, in Morgantown, Cindy Smith wj^ $/» would iike to stmiy there 
because of the curriculum and the mountains. "/ like the mountains of West Virginia, " she said. "When I was a 
smalt kid we used to visit there and I remember I always loved it. But since then, Vve decided to go look at it 
because I intend to study public relations and they have a good program for that time. ** Smith, a 1980 Kellam High 
School gr^Kiuate is the IB year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander L. Smith of the Windsor Woods action of 
Virginh Beach, An eight year Beach resident. Smith enjoys snow sking, playing guitar, and tennis. At Kellam, she 
was the 19^ president of the Student council Association. She plans to attend a local col^eforayear and then go 
to West Virginia, after which she plans to work for a private company. Her favorite Beach restaurant is Bhte 
Pete's: and nightclub is Country Comfort. In regard to the Beach, she said, *7 like it tme because it is both urban 
and rural, with nwny places to go in my spare time. " 




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2 Virginia Beach SUh. Wednesday, August 20, l980 




Among the special guests at the 1980 ECSC were the honorable Governor John Dalton, and his wife Bdie. With the Governor, 
- r) are: Lori Fuller; Karen MuUaney; Brae Lockwood; Governor Dalton and his wife Edie; ECSC queen Nancy Cartwright; 
Karen Crowley; and ECSC chairman and associate Jaycee director Bill Sutton^ 



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Biggest contest yet; may be moved next year 

12,000 attend 1980 ECSC 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor, 

The Virilnia Beach Sun 

"During the East Coast Championship (ECSC), I 
stay on a natural high," said this year's ECSC chairman 
and Virginia Beach Jaycee, Bill Sutton. 

"I stay so busy, and get so excited, I've only gotten 
about six hours sleep over 
the last two days; but 
that's alright. I didn't 
want to miss a minute of 
the fun!" 

Sponsored by the 
Virginia Beach jaycees, 
last weekend the ECSC 
concluded its eighteenth 
year. Staged at the local 
military reservation. 
Camp Pendleton, this 
year's contest, according 
to Jaycee officials, was the 
biggest and best contest to 
date. 

"In terms of com- 
petitors," Sutton rcpor- 




twww**'* 



Sutton 



ted '*the ECSC is the largest surfmg contest on the East 
C(Mttt. This year we figure about 270 surfers entered; 
this is about 25 more than entered last year. 

*'In addition, I estimate that between 10 and 12,000 
spectator! «une out to witness the contest, and other 
related activities, which is about 2 to 4,000 more than 
the previous y^r." 



The purpose of the ECSC, according to Sutton, is to 
give local youths a chance to participate competitively in 
a sport native to Virginia Beach. 

"The Virginia Beach Jaycees sponsor a good many 
projects," the 10 year Beach resident said, "But all the 
Jaycee are particularly fond of the ECSC because it is 
so youth oriented. 

"I, as well as all the Jaycees want to give the 
youngsters, and some adults in Virginia Beach, the op- 



The ECSC gives Beach 
youngsters a chance to com- 
pete in a sport native to this 
area: Surfing. 



portunity to compete in an annual competitive event 
native to the area; i.e. surfing.. I think the ECSC is good 
because it gives young surfers a goal to shoot for, and a 
chance to be recognized for a personal achievementi 

"The Virginia Beach community also benefits 
because it is a very visible event for the city; a highly 
organized event; and local businesses like it because it 
gives many tourists a reason to stay in town a couple 



more days if they had planned to leave." 
SiittoB: A good orgaiUier 

Producing and directing an activity which serves 
thousands of people is not an easy task. It requires in- 
telligence, discipline, usually some sort of special per- 
sonal interest, and commitment to a specific goal. 

Sutton, 30, has been a member of the Jaycees for only 
six months. He is an Old Dominion University biology 
graduate, and a local chemical salesman. And it wa.s he 
who was chosen this year to execute one of the Jaycees 
most prestigious events. 

"I gladly assumed the duties of this year's ECSC con- 
test," Sutton admits, "because I had been getting too 
wrapped up in my work. I was not devoting enough time 
to community projects, which is something I feel very 
strongly about. 

"I grew up in Windchester, Va., which compared to 
Virginia Beach is relatively small. But it had a lot of 
good community activities, with a lot of local in- 
volvement. When I was attending ODU. I missed those 
activities and the involvement. 

"I worked hard at ODU and received my degree; sub- 
sequently, I have: worked hard in my profession. But 
now that I've learned the ropes of my business, and feel 
secure in my job, | felt if was time to devote more atten- 
tion to my personal values. 

"I wanted to produce the ECSC for two reasons: It 
was one of the most popular of the Jaycee activities, and 

(See 270 page 3} 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, Augi^jt 20. 1980 3 



270 surfers competed 
last weekend at Pendleton 

(Continued from |»ge 2) 

it was also the hardest. There are many things to incor- 
porate, and many months of planning necessary, to 
make things happen succesfuUy in just two short days. 
The ECSC is a real cludlaige.* ' 

mc Inyitatioiuil £CSC7 

Sutton says ultimately, he envisages the ECSC as a 
national invitational surfing contest, offering top 
money prizes to top surfers. The only trouble is, 
Virginia Beach waves may not be grand enough to ac- 
commodate top flight competitors. 

••There are already people representing national 
sponsors wholiave expr^s^ an interest in perpetuating 
the ECSC," Sutton said, •'and someday we may be able 
to make the contest a pro-am invitational. 

••But right now, before a hot surfer from California 
will drop $1,500 for expenses to surf in our champion- 
ship we need to be able to offer at least a $3,000 purse. 
If the ECSC ever reaches that magnitude, we would 
probably be able to acquire national sports coverage. 

••Eventually, the national sponsors may come, but I 
doubt if the national television cameras will because the 
waves at Virginia Beach usually aren't spectacular 
enough for them." 

A coBtett too sveccnfiil? 

Whether or not the ECSC will become a proHun in- 
viutional is yet to be seen, but it doesn't really matter. 
There are many local people, and local sponsors who 
vwll continue to support the Virginia Beach based con- 
test for yeare to come. The most pressing problem EC- 
SC officials have to deal with now is its size. Some say it 
cannot grow much bigger. 



The ECSC may have reached 
its limit at its present location. 
It may be moved to the 
wooden pier. 





••We have just about reached the limit for the ECSC 
in r^ard to the number of partic«)ants in relation to 
surfing space avaitaWe," Sutton said. "I don't know 
how much more Camp Pendleton can take. 

••But, we appreciate all local military officials, the 
National Guard, and the Virginia Bjich City Council 
have done in supporting this project. The Jaycees also 
appreciate the support of the many, many sponsors who 
contribute time, merchandise, and funds to our cause." 

Echoing Suttons' feelings about the ECSC, and its 
size is Raymond Norris. Norris is a 15 y«r Beach 
resident, and the Virginia Beach director of the Eastern 
Surfing Association, which the Jaycees looks to for 
judges and technical information concerning the gover- 
ning of the surfing contests. 

••This is the biggest ECSC contest I've ever par- 
ticipated in," Norris said. (His son Ray, 7, won the Mr. 

ECSC title). ^ J , ..u- ^w 

••The only thing the Jaycees have to deal with m the 
future is setting a limit on the number of participants. 
In fact because of the size, I don't know if it will ever 
become an invitational contest. There wouldn't be 

good national ones too." 

Form^ Jaycee president Mike UGigha said this 
year's ECSC isone of the best he's seen. V 

••This is a raUly super fanustic weekend." he said. 

••The wavw are good; ^e wwitto" is great; and the 
drls are beautiful. I repwit. tl« girb are beautiful 

••I really appreciate the «cfellent community par- 
ticipation, and cannot thank the State military officials 

enough for their support." ^^^ . , .... 
Tbtt year's Jaycee prcswJent Ed Taylor also said VMS 






Jaycee external vice president Kenny Kinard said he was in heaven while riding the ECSC queen and her court in a 
four wheel dirve vehicle provided by a local radio station. 




ftf^ Smith's 
SURF 
SHOP 

422-6217 



EAST COAST SURFING 
CHAMPIONSHIP 

SraiSORQI BY... VIRGINIA BEACH MYCEES 



17*''^ Street 
SURF 
SHOP 

425-9707 







Busy in the reviewing stand are Jaycees Ron Swan and Scott Burdett. 






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year's contest came off really well, and suggests it may 
be moved farther North in the future. 
•This year's ECSC is really a record breaker,** 

Taylor said. ^. . .. 

•*lt gets better every time we do it. I thmk because we 

have enthusiastic Jaycee members putting it on who do 

it very well; because we get very good news coverage of 

it, and good local community support. 

**But we're just about to outgrow this area. We may 

consider moving the ECSC to the wooden pier down at 

15th Street." 

'•Virginia Governor, the Honorable John Dalton 
came to support the ECSC last weekend, and had these 
comments: 

••I think the ECSC is a real good thing for the city of 
Virginia Beach," Governor Dalton said. 

•*It gives the city recognition up and down the IEmsX 
Coast. Those of us at the State level are proud to work 
with the Jaycees in helping to put on an activity such as 
this; and share with the people of Virginia Beach in the 
fun and excitement of surfing contest which means so 
much to so many young people in the community." 



Virginia Beach city councilwoman Mcycra Obcrndorf 
was also in attendance at this year's ECSC. She had 
these comments: 

••I'm extremely enthusiastic about local activities 
such as this. 1 think the ECSC is definatcly a positive 
asset to the city; and I think the Virginia Beach Jaycees 
should be commended In this undertaking." 

Also praising the Jaycees were part of the ECSC 
queen's court, Karen Mullan^ and Brae Lockwood. 



More Pics, pp. 5, 7, 11 



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•The Jaycees have been real nice to us," Mullaney 
said. "They've given us, and our dates, dinners, picni<Sy 
and have r^ly shown us a good time. " 

Lockwood said. ''It's been really fun for the girls who 
WG-e involved in ti»e ECSC. At first I, as well as some of 
tiie other ^rls. weren't sure horn imporUnt this aOivity 
was. But it's definately a big thing. And if we had any 
doubts of it, the Jaycees sure treated us like we were the 
most important girls in Virginia Beach. We wish we 
emild do it i^ain next )^mU^ . 



4 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 20, 1980 



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Must pay to keep the Beach clean? 




Goldfarb 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor, 
The Virginia Betch Sun 

Virginia Beach residents seem to be having their 
cans kicked around. 

Local resident Peter Fiedler decries: "I went to 
the Virginia Beach Dome parking lot to take a bag 
of aluminum cans to the 
Reynolds Aluminum 
recycling truck. They will 
pay me 23( a pound for 
them every Thursday 
morning. But when I tried 
to drive my car onto the 
parking lot to deliver them 
to the truck, the city tried 
to charge me 2SC just to 
take my cans to the 
recycling truck. 

"Why must I pay the 
city 25«, or the equivalen- 
cy of almost a pound of 
cans, to do my part for 
ecology and help keep 
Virginia Beach clean? 

"Now don't get me wrong. Fm retired Navy, 
and can afford the quarter. I don't mind parking 
on the road and walking an extra 100 feet over to 
the truck to turn in my cans. But some people are 
old and can't afford the quarter, and don't need 
to walk the extra distance just to help keep the 
Beach ecologically clean . " 

Good point, Mr. Giedler! This is a classic 
example of trying to buck City Hall. 

Firoiii tkc manager's office 

According to Jim Ricketts, Pavillion manager 
and Dome supervisor, the parking fee originated 
in the city manager George Hanbury's office. 

"The parking fee policy was set out of the dty 
manager's office," Ricketts said. "But I talked 
with the city manager's office and we are aware of 
the problem. Our alternative to the present 
ntuation, keeping in mind that it will end on 
Labor Day, is to move the position of the 
recycling truck from the Dome parking lot to the 
parking lot of the new Pavillion. That will make 
the recycling truck more visible and probably 
more accessable because it would be right off tl^ 
interstate." 

But, Mike Barrett, assistant to the city manager 
has some different thoughts. 

"The location of the recycling truck is up to the 




Jerry Lewis finds his cans hard to carry. 



recycling company," Barrett said, "and we're 
willing to work with them any, and every way we 
can. We will allow the truck to be located almost 
anywhere it's possibly. 

"But, as long as the truck is located in the 
Dome parking lot, it will be subject to the policy 
which governs the lot. That is, that all cars 
parking there will have to pay the 25C, even 
though the man who collects money at the ga^te 
could realize that a car loaded with empty 
aluminum cans probably has come there for 
recycling and not to spend the day. As it is now, 
however, we have no plans to change the location 
of the truck, or to revise the parking policy." 

Reynolds doesa't complaia 

Reynolds Aluminum really could not care where 



Through Sept. 



Beach hosts pop concerts 



The Virginia Orchestra Group will be performing a 
series of concerts in Virginia Beach beginning August 
19 through September 2. They are all free concerts and 
open to the public. 

The concerts are a part of the "Pops to Bach 
Festival" presented by the Virginia Orchestra Ooup. 

Aigwt 19 - Menibers of the Virginia Philharmonic 
with Russel Stanger conducting. 8 p.m. at Galilee 
Episcofml Church. 

Angast 24 - Members of the Virginia Philharmonic 
with Russel Stanger conducting. 8:00 p.m. at the 
Virginia BcimA Itecreation Center in Kempsville. 



August 26 - The Virginia Philharmonic Ragtime 
Ensemble will be performing at 12 noon at the Virginia 
Beach Municipal Center. 

August 31 - Members of the Virginia Pops will be 
performing, Walter Noona conducting. 8 p.m., Cavalier 
Beach Qub. 

September 2 - The Walter Noona Trio will be 
performing at 12 noon at the Virginia Beach Municipal 

Center. 

For mcxe information concerning these concerts 
please call Linda Edelman at 623-8590. 



the recycling truck is located, as long as they con- 
tinue to get their cans. In addition, they say their 
truck driver has instructions to reimburse all 
recycling can vendors of their 25« if they park on 
the lot; although Fiedler said no one told him he 
could get his money back. 

"We reimburse every customer who has to pay 
a quarter to bring their cans to the recycling 
truck," said Richard Mace, Beach manager for 
Reynolds Aluminum. "But I don't think it's fair 
for the customer to have to pay to have their cans 
recycled. We at Reynolds don't complain, 
however, because at some areas, we have to pay 
rental fee just to put our truck on a lot. 

"We've been coming to the Dome parking lot 
now for three years. Wc like it here and don't plan 
to move unless we are moved by other forces. We 
like it at the Dome because it is visible. We think 
we have a successful pro-am here. Last month we 
served 222 customers; paid out hundreds, possibly 
thousands of dollars for cans, and all we had to 
pay in reinbursements was «pproximatdy $55.50. 
Not everyone is asking for their quarters back. 

"If the location of the recycling truck .was to 
change, however, we would require a month of 
lead time to advertise it properly. But it would be 
no problem. If the PavilUcm parking lot was 
suggested, we wouldn't mind because it would still 
be accessable and visible from the interstate. 

"But again, right now, we tell our driven to tell 
our customers that they can regain thdr quarter by 
asking." 



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Fiedler, says he wasn't told he could get his 
quarterback. 

"No. No one told me I could be rdmbursed," 
he said, "but I've only been there a few times. I go 
to the nearby oceanfront branch library a lot, and 
find it convenient to go to the Dome recyclii^ 
location. I will go back if they reimburse n^ for 
my quarter. But I'll also go to the Pavillion if the 
truck is moved." 

Wlurt'iifailamuir 

Obviously, Virginia Beach rerictents will travd 
to wherever tl^ rec^nding truck is located. They 
want to keep the Beach dean, do their part for 
ecology, and make a few bucks. 
' But ov^ th£ Sunmo' months, they are getting 
yanked around by city pottcy which costs them 
money for being civic minded. 

The city, and Reynolds Aluminium diould get 
together and decide a location for year round 
recycling that will not cost the Beach resictoits 
anything for doing something they feel is in the 
Virginia Beach's best interest. 



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Congrttulatiiig the minihunc winner, Pete Smith (I) and the boys winner, Lee 
Travis, are Jaycee pieddent Ed Taylor, The Honwabte Governor John Dalton; 
Nancy Cartwright, and BiU Sutton. 



Mr. ECSC, Raymond Julius Norris, III. 7, the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norris gives a big hug to this 
year's Miss Bikini winner, Michelc Norton, 16, a Por- 
tsmouth resident and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oary 
Norton. 





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Joining in congratulating ECSC's Miss Bikini, Michelc Norton (in hat), arc Virginia Beach city councilwoman 
Meyera Oberndorf; Jaycee president Ed Taylor; external vice president Kenny Kinard; and ECSC chairman Bill 
Sutton. 



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The Virginia Beach Sun b avaitaMc at over for- 
ty 7-eleveii stores in Virgliila Beach, 24 hows a 
day, seven days a week. 

Checic below for the closest store la yonr area! 

4961 Holland Drive 

1314 Thalia Village Shoppe (Bonncy Road) 

125 South Plaza Trail 

3620 South Plaza Trail 

3948 Holland Road 

3011 Salina Drive 

900 South Lynnha^n Parkway 
3312 Holland Road 

1401 Lynnhaven Parkway 
3185 Holland Road 
2428 Princess Anne Road 
1401 Harper's Ferry Road 
1297 General Booth Boulevard 

901 General Booth Boulevard 
1010 Pacific Avenue 

1905 Atlantic Avenue 

39th and Atlantic 

317 32nd Street 

24th and Pacific 

500 22nd Street 

745 Virginia Beadi Boulevard 

1100 Virginia Beach Boulevard 




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FOOD STORES 



THE SOUTHLAND CWPWATION 



1761 Virginia Beadi Boulevard 

600 Birdneck Rnd 

853 First Colonial Road 

1575 MUl Dam Road 

2256 Red Tide lUjad 

325 N. Birdned[ Road 

425 Kings Ckant Raul 

316 Uttk Neck Road 

4548 Wishart Road 

1635 Pleasure House Road 

2011 Independence Boulevard 

3745 Shore Drive 

4461 Shore Drive 

2720 Pleasure House Road 

J900 Diamond S|mngs Road 




Torres and ThomhIU. 

Bnjoyiiig the Virgiiiia Beach Sun employee Bonnie 
Torres, and manager of the 7-Eleven located at 901 
Oeneral Bo<^ B<Hilevftfd, Sandy Thomhill. 



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Sun Atlantic Avenue Locations 



The Dunes Motor Inn, 10th and Oceanfiront 
Ban's Pharmacy, 17th and Atlantic 
Aquarius Motel, 19th and Oceanfront 
Ivanhoe Motd, 21st and Oceanfront 
House of Gifts, 2202 Atlantic Avenue 
Ringside Restaurant, 2108 Atlantic Avenue 
The Original Sub Shop, 2114 Atlantic Avenue 
The Marjac, 22nd and Oceanfront 



Nautilus Gift Shop, 2206 AHantic Avenue 
News Center, 23rd aiwl Atlantic 
Ingraham Pharmacy, 207 25th Street 
Princess Anne Motel, 25th and Oceanfront 
Sinunons Photo, 25th and Atlantic 
The Seahawk Motel, 26th and Oceanfront 
The Broadwalk Inn, 26th and Atlantic 
Sea n' Sun Motel, 2^h aiKl Oceanfront 



Gulfstream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 
Ocean House Restaurant, 31st and Atlantic 
Ocean Ranch Motel, 32nd and Oceanfront 
Peter Pan Pancakes, 33rd and Atlantic 
La Haya Motel, 33rd and Oceanfront 
Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 
Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and Atlantic 
Fireside Book Sht^, 3113 Pacific Avenue 



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Sun Newspaper Box Locations 



Post Office, 24th and Atlantic 
Holiday Inn, 25th and Oceanfront 
Sheraton Motor Inn, 36th and Oceanfront 



Ramada Inn, 57th and Oceanfront 

Lake Wright Motor Lodge, Northampton Boulevard 

Winn Dixie, Parkway Shopping Center 



Big Star, Lynnhaven Parkway and Green Run 
Safeway, Lynnhaven Parkway and Holland Road 
Farm Fresh. Manor Square Sluip 



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AitrftvlioB please caH the San office at 416-3439, ask 
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ECSC 





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Ray Shackelford won 3rd in Pro division. 




First place, men's division, Wes Laine displays his prize 
winning form. 



All ECSC photos by Greg Goldfarb 





Previous Sun cover girl Diane Fisher enjoyed watching 
the surfers along mth her brother. 



Spectators watch as Mr. Ray Norris, ECSC is held on 
Kenny Kinard's shoulder. 



Beach Jaycee Mike Ward, T-shirt committee chairman, 
had a busy time last weekend, selling hundreds of shirti. 




8 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 20, 1980 




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Jamie Gray 
to train 
at center 



"rve beeil to Mexico and toured Califor- 
nia," said SUNshine Girl Jamie Gray, "but 
there are still many, many places that I haven't 
been to. I'd like to see Europe, as well as other 
parts of America, and the world. 

Gray, the 24 year old daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Gray is a Beach native. She is a 
1975 graduate of Bayside High School and has 
two brothers and two sisters: Dale, 15, a 
student at Bayside; Tyler, 18, who just 
graduated Bayside; Rena, 19, employed with a 
local vision center; and Allie, 28, an office 
manager for a local computer company. 

Gray, 1980 Old Dominion University 
graduate with a degree in health education; 
and a Tidewater Community College graduate 
with a degree in science, plans to start an in- 
ternship in the Fall at the Southeastern 
Training Center in Chesapeake. **1 want to go 
into Corporate health care," she said, **that is, 
where an employer looks at perspective em- 
ployee's entire record including his health, not 
just professional." 

Her hobbies include horseback riding, 12 
years, in which she has won five ribbons. She 
plays racquetball, volleyball, guitar, and 
clarinet. 

_ She enjoys going to Rogue's and The Raven; 
and she plans to stay around the area for a 
while. "I like Virginia Beach because it is in 
between the ocean and the mountains. There's 
plenty to do either way you go. 




One of Jamie's hobbies is drawing. 




Jamie Gray 



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Preparation tips outlined 



Prepare for Beach hurricanes 



By PETER BLY 

Special to the Sun 

As the height of the hurricane season approaches, 
residents of Virginia Beach should, as a safety measure, 
pr^mre for a repeat of last September's two major 

storms, Hurricanes David and Frederic, says the In- 
surance Information Institute. 

Hurricanes, called the "greatest storm on earth" by 
the National Weather Service, have killed more than 
14,000 Americans since ISKK) and have caused about $8 
biUion in property damage in the last decade. 

Frederic, which hit the Gulf and Mid-Atlantic states 
last Sept. 12-six days after David hit the area-was the 
most costly single catastrophe on record. 

Especially vulnerable to hurricanes, says the Institute, 
are densely populated coastal regions where large num- 
bers of people live in mobile homes. Because the 1970s 
were relatively free of killer hurricanes, many coastal 
residents have never experienced a major hurricane, a 
storm 100 miles wide and 10 miles high with powerful 
winds and rain which can sink ships, change coastlines 
and strip large land areas of buildings, crops, power 
lines and bridges. 

Miljor Improvement 

Major improvements in hurricane warning systems 
almost guarantee that a 24-hour warning will be given 
before a storm strikes any area. However, residents, 
especially in low-lying areas, must be prepared to 
respond to a warning. Almost 400 persons were killed in 
Cameron Parish, La., during Hurricane Audrey in 1957 
when most residents ignored an evacuation warning. 

Also, long before the first sign of a storm, property 
owners should check their insurance coverage to make 
sure they are fully protected a^inst any damage which 
may result from a hurricane, the Institute says. 

Most property insurance policies cover damage 
caused by a hurricane's wind. However, except under 
limited circumstances, these same policies do not 
provide any protection for homes or household 
possessions damaged by tidal waves or other kinds of 
flood water whether wind-driven or not. An exception is 
any loss caused by rain entering a building through an 
opening made by wind. Also, comprehensive 
automobile fire and theft insurance covers automobiles 
for flood damage, the Institute notes. 

Flood damage as a result of hurricanes is cdvered un- 
der special flood insurance policies that are issued under 
the National Flood Insurance Program, which is 
operated by the federal government. Most insurance 
agents have information on this program. 

Because a hurricane results in thousands of claims, 
the insurance industry has developed special procedures 
which enable personnel to move quickly and effectively 
into an area. Working through emergency claim centers, 
they begin providing settlements and payments for 
losses as soon as the storm is over. 

Hurricane preparedness 

While there is nothing anyone can do to move a house 
out of the path of a hurricane, there are steps that can 
be taken to protect life and limb and reduce damage. 

The following information should prove helpful in 
the event that a hurricane strikes. 

A pre-storm checklist 

In the event that a hurricane whips into an area with 
its destructive winds and heavy rains, there are certain 
things residents can do in the hours before the storm 

arrives. 

•Leave low-lying areas that may be swept by high 
tides and waves. If your escape route Is over a ro«I 
likely to be covered by water or likely to be congested, 
don't delay evacuation any longer than necessary. 



•If yott live In a mobile home, check you tie-downs 
and leave for more substantial shelter. If your mobile 
home can be moved, It should be taken to a safe area. 
Damage can be minimlicd by sceuring the mobile home 
with heavy cable anchored In concrete footing. 

•Moor your boat securely or move It to a designated 
safe area. 

•Board up your windows or protect them with storm 
shutters or tape. Some suggest that a window on the side 
of the building opposite the side from which the wind Is 
blowing should be left slightly open. 



Hurricanes have killed more 
than 18,000 Americans since 
1900; $8 billion in damage. 



•Secure all outdoor objects that might be Mown 
around. This Includes garbage cans, garden tools, toys, 
signs, porch furniture and other seemingly harmless 
items that can become mtelles of destruction in a 
hurricane. Abo make sure that garage doors, awnings 
and storm shutters are secured. Roof antennas should 
be removed or lowered. 

•Have at least one flashlight In good condition, with 
extra batteries readily available. 

•Check your transistor radio. This may be your only 
link with the outside worid for some time. It will keep 
you advised of the storm's progress. Also It will help 
dispel any rumors that might develop. 



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Silhouettes are part of the magic of Virginia Beach. This 
silhouette inclu^ four i^ot^e, two of whom appear to 
be gazing at the silhouette of a sailboat on tranquil 
waters. 



•Stock a generous supply of drinking water In clean 
bathtubs, Jugs, bottles and cooking utensils In case there 
te contamination of your area's water supply. Have ex- 
tra canned goods and non-perishable foods on hand. 

•Cars should be fueled since service stations may be 
inoperable for several days. If possible, your vehicle 
should be moved out of the path where flooding may 
occur. 

•If you rely on medicines of any kind, make sure that 
an extra supply Is on hand. In case of catastrophe, all 
available drugs and materials will be used for care of the 
injured. 

•Remain at home, If possible. Take no unnecessary 
risks. Stay away from exposed windows and glass 
doors. If your home has an inside' room stay there 
during the height of the storm. 

•Remain indoors. Travel is especially dangerous 
when winds and tides are whipping through your area. 

After the Storm has passed 

If your home, apartment or place of business has 
been damaged, here's what to do: 

•Make temporary repairs to prevent further loss from 
rain, wind or looting. Expenses of such repairs are 
covered by most Insurance policies, so save all receipts 
and statements. 

•Contact your company or agent as soon as possible. 
If you must leave your home, leave an address or 
telephone number where you can be reached. 

•Be patient. Insurance representatives will first settle 
hardship cases. Also remember that policy forms differ, 
so don't assume that your settlement will be the same as 
that of your neighbor. 

Great care should be taken if you're going outside or 
cleaning up after a storm. For your own safety and that 
of your family, here are some things to remember: 

•Beware of loose or dangling power lines. 

•Walk or drive carefully, especially along debris- 
filled streets. Snakes, poisonous insects and washouts of 
roads and bridges are among the dangers you may en- 
counter. 

•Check for spoilage of any food you might have had 
refrigerated, partlcuiariy If the power was shut off for 
more than a few hours. 

•Make sure the drinking water Is safe before using it. 

Finally, remember that your entire community has 
been affected by the storm, so it will take some time to 
return to normal operations. Be patient and cooperate 
with police and emergency personnel. 



Volleyball games set 

The Virginia Beach Jaycecs and the Tidewater 
Volleyball Association will sponsor the East Coast 
Volleyball Championships on Labor Day weekend, 
Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1. 

The championship games, featuring 125 teams, will 
be held at 89th Street and Fort Story. 



Dr. Robert Thoniat and Dr. Wiillain Holcomb 

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Becwh residents given advice 






Rabbits getting to your greens? 



By DORIS CAMPBELU 

Beach ^tension i^nt 

The Department of Agriculture/ Virginia Cooperative 
Extension Service would like to encourage Virginia 
Beach citizens to send any questions relating to home 
economics, horticulture, agriculture or 4-H youth 
programs. 

Send your questions to the "Extension People" c/o 
Doris Campbell, D^artment of Agriculture/Cooper- 
ative Extension Service, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23456. Here are answers to this weeks 
questions. 

Processing pkklcs? 

Q: Why should pickles be processed in a boiling water 

Q: Why should pickles be processed in a boiling water 
bath canner? Mrs. Joan Corboy of Bayside 

A: The U.S.D.A. recommends heat processing in a 
boiling-water bath for all picle products to destroy con- 
taminating microorganisms that cause spoilage and to 
inactivate enzymes responsible for changes in texture, 
flavor and odor during storage. 

Honey in Jelly? 

Q: Can I use honey instead of sugar when making 
Jellies and Jams? Mrs. Timothy Douglas • Chesapeake 

A: Honey can be used in place of part, but not all, of 
the sugar in jellied products but it will give the product a 
distinctive flavor. Honey can replace up to one-half of 
the sugar in recipes without added pectin. In recipes 
with added pectin, two cups of honey can be substituted 
for two cups of sugar if the yield is more than five to six 
glasses. In smaller recipes, replace only Va to 1 cup of 
the sugar with honey. 







.about classes and 
possible College credit 
for Ballet, Jazz Charac- 
ter Dance, Highland or 
Modern. Registration at 
Beach August 28 & 29, at 
ODU Aug. 27 & 28. For 
time and details call 

ODU/ 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

BALLET 

Beach Studu) 425-0994 
"Campus Studio 440-4486 



Three aces 

Golfer Jim Barnes of 
Defiance, C^o, last year 
made three holes-in-one 
in 1 1 days. 



RahMtsJnthegifdfa 

Q: How can I keep rahMti ont of my pwdea? They 
art eating np my vtgeteMei nad have hccn doing so for 
a nnnher of weeks now. Dorothy fagraai - Oc e nnfW t 

A: Healthy vegetable gardens can prove to be food 
bonanzas for local wildlife such as rabbits. Several 
things you may want to try in discouraging rabbits from 
coming into your garden are: 

•Spreading moth crystals around the borders of the 
vegetable plot. The odor of the crystals tends to 
dissuade the animals' entry. 

•Mixing up a hot chili pepper splittion and spraying It 
on the vegetable plants. Use two tubkspoons of pepper 
to each gallon of water - be sure to wash the vegetables 
before eating them. 

«If the two measures above fml. fence in the garden 
area with 4x2" mesh welded |alvinlzed wire. Bury tlie 
fence 6 - 12*' to keep out burrowing animals. 

Virginia Beach residents send 
in guestions to local extension 
agents. 

Brown spots on peaches 

Q: Small brown spots developed on my penchei when 
Hearing harvestint time. These spots qnlckly spread to 
cover the entire fruit and compieteiy destroyed my en- 
tire crop of peaches this year. What kind of dhMue is 
this and how can I avoid it next year? Mrs. Charles 
Semflni - Witchdnck Point 

A: Brown rot is a fungal disease and is very destruc- 
tive concerning cherry, nectarine, peach and plum. The 
disease can infect the flowers, twigs and fruits and can 
destroy the fruit very rapidly. 

The disease overwinters on old decayed fruit on the 
ground or on the tree, and in twig cankers. It is 
therefore mqMstant to clean-up Md destroy the d^ris 
under your fruit trees before the advent of spriag. 

The brown rot becomes active when ^k siiows in the 
teds and you shoukl start a preventive spraying 



AUCTION SALE 

Saturday, Aufujl 93, 1980 
10i30A.M. 

Heus^hoM Furnltur* li Antlqu^f 

368 Great Bridge Blvd. 
(Oak Grove Section) 
Chesapeake, Virginia 

5 Complete Rooms of Nice, Clean Fnmitnrc! 

Stove, Refrigerator, Tables, Beds, Chest, Washer 
and Dryer, Lamps, Chairs, Fireplace Set, Dishes, 
China, Garage Tools, Lawn Mower, and Many 
Other Items Too Numeroiis To Mention. 
Anti^Mi con^tint of: Clock, Night Stand, 
Towel Rack, Cedar Chest, Glassware, Quilts, and 
Numerous Other Items. 

If yon're losing for nice fumltare and antiques, 
don't mim thte sale. Open for Inspection morning 
ofnn cliwi. AN Items mnst be removed day of sale. 
TERMS: Cash or Check. Sale Anthoriied by Lin- 
da Dnnlcis, Trwtec for Mittie W. loyd. 

JACK PEOPLES 

BoncM Auctioneer 

Chesapeake, Va. 

(M4) 421-3327 



301 poiats ma fast 

TTie fastest 300-polnt 
Wlilard match on record, 
played In 1905, took only 
35 minutes. 




program at timt time. Benon^fl is used to control peach 
brown rot. 



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ECSC winners: 



Womens 

All ages 



Barbara Howe, VB 
Lisa Bryab. N.C. 
PaiiiBrinklcy,N.C. 
MaryMeyen,VB' 
Nancy Neal,VB 



Menehune 

Under 12 



PMaS«Mi,VB 
Mtmm BMord. VB 
l,VB 
J,VB 
CirilnMwiiliy.VB 



Boys 



12-14 



LeeTraven,VB 

PaiilBl^giiit.VB 

JokoGlice.VB 

Waltor Hooker, Richmond 

Harry Fentren, VB 



Junior 

15-17 



Keith Tatro, Hatteras 
John Kochey, VB 
MlkeBeveridge,VB 
Charley Edwards, VB 
Dicky Powell, VB 



Mens 



18-25 

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MOce Ryan, Hatteras 
Gr^ Coakley, VB 
airisttennnford,VB 
Lynn Sbdl, Hatteras 
PeteUvely,VB 



Masters 



26-32 



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>a»brti,VB 
KiMfe McC^, VB 
B«MaVaai^,VB 
DaYMFord,VB 




Presentinf first place trophies to the senior, and women's winners are Nancy Cartwright and Bill Sutton. Recdving 
the awards are Ben Lane, ami Barbara Howe. 




Providing the sounds at the 1980 ECSC contest (1 - r) were: Ralph Wimmer. Steven Thomas, Michael Cullinan, 
Dennis Nelson, Greg Ramsey, and Mike Cullinan, Dennis Nelson, Greg Ramsey, and Mike Cullinan. 



Seniors 

32 and over 

Ben Lane, VB 
Marty Keeiecker,VB 
Lance Prvltt, Hatteras 
GcroieDe^ria, VB 
WUHan Gilbert, Richmond 

Longboard 

AUages 

I^ru^idl, Hatteras 

ftttccbrti,VB 

CMrtaaBlaM.VB 

ftiMbaVn^to,VB 

RayNorrla,VB 



Pro 



WctLaliie,VB,$300) 
Alien White, Fla. $150 
Ray Sha<^clford, VB, $50 

Clyde Honaa, VB 
Trick Standkig. VB 



Jaycees 



Scott ftirdett,VB 
Rob Swaa, VB 
Bob£vaM,VB 



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The rules of the game 

By SCOTT BURDETT, Competition chairman 
East Coast Surfing Cahmpionship 

First of all, the Judges were all qualified by the 
Eastern Surfing Association. They judged each 
contestant's rides by wave selection and 
judgement, ability to perform different maneuvers 
and ability to maintain control while riding in the 
critical part of the wave (critical part bdng closest 
to the white water). Points were given fa each 
maneuver performed. The surfer living the 
highest point total: The winner! 

Most winning surfws ^se the age old strat^y: 
Catch the mem waves pebble and rkte eaiA one 
to the best of their abOity. Waning surfers nu^ 
i^ be the most spectm^idai^ rkim in Oie wda, 
\m^i¥m^ they are the m^ oxmmimi. Pb^^ 
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School Calendar 



The Virginia Public Schools have announced 
the following school calendar: 



1980-81 Calendar 



Date 



Explanation 



Sept. 1 
Sept. 2 
Nove. 3, 4 



Nov. 11 
Nov. 27, 28 



Labor Day (Schools Closed) 
First day of school for students 
Elementary Parent-Teacher 
Conferences Secondary and 
Elementary In-Service (Schools 
Closed) 

Veterans' Day (Schools Closed) 
Thanksgiving Holidays (Schools 
Closed) 
Dec. 22 - Jan. 2 Winter Holidays (Schools Close 
at End of Day of Dec . 1 9 and 
Reopen on Jan. 5 
Teacher Records/ In-Service Day 
(Schools Closed) 
Beginning of Second Semester 
Washington's Birthday (Schools 
Closed) 

Parent-Teacher Conferences/In- 
Service/Work Day (Schools 
Closed) 
Spring holiday (Schools Closed) 



Jan. 30 

Feb. 2 
Feb. 16* 

April 15 



April 16*, 
17, 20* 
May 25 
June 11 



Memorial Day (Schools Closed) 
Last day for students 



•February 16 (Washington's Birthday), Thursday, 
April 16, and Monday, April 20, scheduled as 
holidays will be used as make-up days m case of 
inclement weather. All additional days lost 
because of inclement weather will be rescheduled 
by the School Board. 








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--•*•• n ^,, "White Boy" U among 50 photographs documenting the Jefferson Hotel, its 
W mtC UOy residcnu and employees, to be on display in the Virginia Museum's tastitute of Con- 

temporary Art. August 26 through Sept. 14. 47 of the photognphs are by Richmond 
■f eatUrcd "^*^ ^* Dayton. The remainder are from the Valentine Museum coUec^on. 



30, 000 students fed daily 



Beach schools open September 2 



When Virginia Beach Public Schools open September 
2, school cafeterias, 58 of them, will begin the 
monumental task of feeding some 30,000 hungry 
students each day. 

The Virginia Beach Public School lunch program en- 
sures that each meal each school day fills the nutritional 
needs of students from first grade through senior high' 
school. 

Each lunch-hot or cold-offered to elementary 
students will have the five basic food components: meat 
(or alternate), milk, bread (or alternate), fruit and 
vegetables. Secondary school students have the oppor- 
tunity to select at least three of these components, either 
at the regular food service line or at the quick-serve line. 

A pilot satellite lunch program started last year as ah 
economy measure, will be expanded. Last year the 
program was conducted by three Virginia Beach secon- 
dary school cafeterias in conjunction with three smaller 
elementary school cafeterias. 

The larger cafeterias supply the main portion of the 
SGbocri lunches each day for the smaller cs^eterias^ using 
insulated food carriers and a transport van. The 
cafeterias at Kellam High, Plaza Junior High, and In- 
<^aiden(% Junior High assisted Court House imd 
l«, and Old Donation Center for tlie 



Gifted and Talented, respectively. 

Kellam provides for many 

In addition to those schools, this year Kellam will also 
supply Creeds Elementary; Bayside Junior High will 
supply Williams Intermediate; Kemps Landing Inter- 
mediate will receive lunches from Kempsville Junior 
High and Pembroke M^dows Elementary will send 
lunches to Pembroke Elementary. 

Virginia Beach Public Schools follow the guidelines 
of the U.S.D.A. in offering a school lunch which sup- 
plies the recommended daily nutritional requirements 
for children of various ages. The minimum daily 
requirements for a Type A meal are: 

•A portion of meat or meat alternate such as cheese, 
eggs, or peanut butter. 

•A portion of two or more vegetables or fruits. 

•A serving of bread or bread alternate (noodles, etc.). 

•A serving of milk. 

In addition, a Vitamin A vegetable or fruit is required 
at least twice a week; a Vitamin C vegetable or fruit is 
served at least two or three times a week; several specific 
foods are served for iron each day. 

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fcr versus serve" provision of the lunch program which 
recognizes that junior and senior high students have a 
special independent nature and a desire to exercise 
judgement in their choice of foods. "Offer versus ser- 
ve" lets the students choose three, four or all five of the 
meal components; thus they can refuse foods they don't 
like, which reduces plate waste and increases student 
participation in the lunch program. 

Bcadi Innch prices 

The 1979-80 lunch price for elementary students will 
be S5t, and the price for secondary school lunches will 
be 60e. Milk is included in the price of each meal. 

Studdits who bring their lunches may buy milk 
separately, and will have a choice of either low-fat or 
regular whole milk. Kindergarteners may purchase 
inexpensive snacks. All adult lunches will cost SI. Lun- 
ch will be served beginning on the first day of school for 
students. 

Applications for free or reduced lunch rates will be 
distributed at the beginning of the school year and will 
be available in each school office throughout the school 
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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, AugustlO, 1^0 13 



Almost $70 million sought 



Council approves referendum 



ByLBECAHlLL 

Sua CiQf Council corre$p<mdent 

Gty Council committees have recommended bond 
referendums to raise $68.9 nUUioa for water and sewer 
and road projects. Hie figure is dose to half the amount 
originally proposed by the city a<faninistration. 

Council is expected to concur with the recommenda- 
tions next Monday evening with approval oi the 
appropriate ordinances and at a second reading of the 
ordinances at a special meeting^m Aug. 27 at 9 a.m. 

The water and sewer committee recommended a $46 
million double-barrel bond issue which will be repaid 
by water and sewer revenues. Charges <tf five cents per 
1000 gallons of water and a sewer charge of 34 cents a 
month will fund the first $20 miffion of the bond 
referendum, according to the committee report. 

The roads committee recommended a $22,890,287 
issue for only the most essential roads over the next two 
or three years. 

Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. also directed a council 
committee to continue talks with the Qty of Norfolk 
concerning the water contract between Virginia Beach 
ffld Norfolk. Norfolk furnishes most of the Beach's 
Iwater supply. 

^Councilman Reid Ervin, chairman, and Councilman 
Donald Merrick serve on the committee with city 
manager George L Hanbury. 

Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. who served as chairman 
of the Road Committee, presented the report which 
recommended a bond referendum fa* KempsviQe Road, 
Phase I, $4,964,608; Indian River Road, Phase H, 
$3,857,263; General Booth Boulevard, Phase I, 
$7,418,750; Bonney Road. $5,099,166; North Beach 
drainage. Phase II, $1,250,500, and Virginia Beach 
Boulevard from the Toll Road south to Jefferson 
Avenue, $300,000. 

The committee had considered a $56 million road and 
drainage program. 

The committee also recommended that the city ask 
the State to accept Kempsville Road, I%ase n as a 
State/Federal project and to expedite roads which have 
been indefinitely deferred by the State because of the 
lack of State matching funds. These include but are not 
limited to Newtown Road, Great Neck Road, and 
Holland Road. The recommendation is that the funds 
from the Virginia Beach Boulevard project be 
transferred to *'these more pressing priorities," but 
that the computerized signalizati(Mi of Virginia Beach 
Voulevard and right of way acquisition for Vu-ginia 
Beach Boulevard continue. 

The committee further recomended that the city 
pursue discussion with its representatives to the 
General Assembly to amend the Qty Charter to allow 
greater bonding flexibility for the city. McCoy said 
there was a chance the city could increase its holding 
limit '*if we show we need this and put a limit on the 
amount." He said the city coiikl aooooiplish Uiis 
through a referendum or to go directly to the 
Legislature. 

Coundhnan Clarence A. HoUaiui, anortier member of 
the committee, said Newtown Road is the top priority 
for the Virginia Beach Boutevard funds. 

Included in the water and sewer referendum will be: 

A previously authorized $9.1 million in revenue notes 
which wiU be replaced by double-barrel bonds, saving 
customers interest costs. 

Twelve million doUars for water supply development 
of an>ro9dmately 12 million gallons a day or one-third of 
the city's daily estimated usage. The development will 
be in fresh water wells and desalting operations. 

Seven million dollars for sewer and water findUties 
work in connection wkh anticipated road and highway 
projects during the period so that roads will only have 
to be torn up once. 

Eighteen million ddlares in improvements to the 
general systems and installation of fadlities in various 
existing neighborhoods. 

Alpheus J. Chcwning, HI, who presented the report 
in the absence of chairman G. C. Gerald Hams, said 



that Uie Committee had looked over the city's water and 
sewer profjects competed with the $39.9 Litton bomi 
referendum approved by the dtizens and dedded that 
the city had "done a good job." 

He said the dty's perfromanoe so for should 
influence voters favorably on the proposed referendum. 
He pointed out that water supply projects were not 
included in the original program. 

McCoy said he did not see **why we won't proceed 
with it just as you did it." 

The committee pared down more than $60 million in 
proposed water and sewer projects to arrive at the $46 
million figure. 

Included water projects are: 

A control center, $88,624; First Colonial Road, 
$75,000; Lynhaven parkway, $120,000; Independence 
Boulevard, $18,000; Kempsville Road main, $244,550; 
bidian River Road main, $275,000; Witchduck Road 
mam. Phase n, $200,000; desalting plant, $1,315,784; 
fresh groundwater test development program, $1,605,- 
000; Freshwater production well fields, $1,520,000; 
freshwater treatment plants, $6,400,000; brackish 
water test and development program, $691,000; 
Pembroke water treatment plant improvements, $425,- 
000; Virginia Beach Boulevard, $660,000; South 
Lynnhaven Road, $585,000; and Providence Road 
Main, Phase V, $630,000. 

Kempsville Road Main Phase II,' $440,000; compre- 
hensive water study, $360,000; Lands town Pump 
station modifications, $250,000; Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, IV. and 19th Street, $185,000; sm^l line 
improvements, $1,120,55(H water distribution lines, 
$863,7001; miscellaneous small highway projects, 
$184,000, Independence Boulevard, II (Tlmberlake), 
$515,000; Witchduck Road and Independence Boule- 
vard, $500,000; Bonney Road main at Thalia, $360,000; 
Kempsville section, main. Phase I, $1,010,000; 
Presidential Boulevard main, $833,142; Landstown 
section main, $448,800; and Lynnhaven Pump Station 
modifications, $380,000. 

Shell Road/Five Forks Main, $137,000; Indepen- 
dence Boulevard Phase I, Thoroughgood, $450,000; 
General Booth Bouth Boulevard, phase I, $81,000; 
Landstown Shop modifications, $160,000; Holland 
Road, phase IV, $38,300. Centerville Turnpike, 
$476,459; Shipps Comer Road main, $272,400; Kemps- 
ville suction phase II, $500,600; Princess Anne Road, 
phase n, $600,000; Croatan Beach water, $433,000; 
Rudee Avenue, $412,100; EHamoid Springs Road mian, 
$330,000; Recreation Drive and South Lynnhaven 
Parkway Extended, $93,021. 

The $10,612,970 in sewer projects include: 

Holland Road, $145,000; WcaverviUe, $76,000; 
Newtown Road force main, $332,250; Victor Road pump 
station alterations, $213,220; Little Neck Road force 
main, $185,500. and First Cdonial Road, $406,000. 

The remainig $9.1 million is fSor the water and sewer 
projects already apaproved. 

Food stanp naapower 

The Qty oi Vu-ginia Beadi has had to more than 
double its food stamp personnel to process applications 
which have increased by 399 percent during the past 12 
to 15 months. 

Mrs. Frances Elrod, Sodal Services director, 
attributed the dramatic rise in food stamp applications 
as well as the 63 percent increase in pubUc assistance 
caseloads to the general economy and inflation. 

Resorts are generally the last to be hit, she saki. 
Other dUes throughout the country started to 
experience the same problem earlier. 

The people now applying for food stamps are not the 
people usually on the public welfore rolls, she said. 
Some are emplo^d but their ii^xnes are not high 
enough to sustain them. She said, however, that no 
particular groups-the aged, the young or minorities- 
are making up the increase. Rather, the applications 
-cc^e fiFom>% crossrs«cti^#.^;pp|^i^^,. 



At an informal meeting (^ Coundl Monday after- 
noon, Mrs. Efa-od said that graphs show a steady 
upward climb in applications for food stamps and that 
she could see no indication that the demaiui will level 
off. 

Council at the formal session later approved an 
appropriation of $180,306 to add the 15 positions to the 
13 already employed to process food stamp applicat- 
ions. 

The city's share will be $36,061 with the State and 
Federal government paying the rest. 

Mrs. Elrod said the 8,725 persons are now receiving 
public assistance from the Social Services Department 
and 3,874 are receiving food stamps. The Department 
employes 45 public assistance wOTkers. 

The staff can process up to 40 applications a day but 

(See BEACH p. 16) 



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Beach annually. Some for the warm sun; some for the pjlitv L'^LL' IJllUJ VuJLjLiJ 

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Featured this week: EflSt COSISt 



August 6-20: East Coast 

August 11-16: Tricks 

August 17-22: Eddie Shaw and the Wolfgang 

August 23-24: James Cotton 

August 25: Cabin Fever 



Featured this week: RoUefS 



August 22-24: Tri City Rollers 
August 26: Joe Bona 
August 29-September 1: Cimarron 
September 5: Steve Pague 



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Local musical group Cimarron recently performed soft rock, and 
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Beach crack down on arson 



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has up to 70 people applying in oi» day, averging 57 a 
day. She said that the military installations arc 
organizing a campaign to refer military personnel to 
apply for food stamps. She said that about 5,000 
militjffy femilies in Tidewater are expected to be 
eligible and a great number of these live in Virginia 
Beach. She said, however, that the military has helped 
to train their own personnel to screen the applicants 
which will make the city's job easier. 

She said that the Department has criteria fisr 
determining whether the applicant is a Beach resident 
and also cooperates with other cities to make sure that 
one applicant does not receive stamps from more than, 
one jurisdiction. She said that the citv also is becoming 
more skilled at detecting fraud. 

At present there are over 1000 food stamp allications 
and 500 public assistance cases pending the processing 
procedure. The Department also is required to process 
a food stamp application where the applicant has no 
income in two days. 

With the influx of military applications just 
beginning, Mrs. Elrod can't see the situation getting 
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Kempsville pitting catflret 

For all those people out there who have watched the 
Kempsville firefighters hosing down the shrubbery 
along Princess Anne Road - 

They were not waterif^ the shrubbery; they were 
putting out fires. 

Fire Chief Harry Diezcl told Oty Council Monday 
afternoon that fire had broken out in the pine and cedar 
mulch used on the strip. Fourteen times the station was 
called out to put out the blaze and 14 times firefighters 
answered the call, "watering" the median strip. After 
one citizen complained that the city was setting a bad 
example in water conservation, Diezel said he received 
14 calls before taking the phone off the hook. We went 
out 14 times, he said, and the lady must have driven by 
13 of the 14 times. 

Qadidown on arson 

The Virginia Beach Fire Department, experiencing 
an upsurge in arson along with the rest of the country, 
is taking a no-nonsence approach toward arsonists. As 
a result, Fire Chief Harry Diezel said, the Beach record 
of arrests and convictions is four to five tunes better 
than the national average. 

Capt. James Hundley, who heads the city's four-man 
arson squad, said, however, that the naticMial record 
was "pretty poor" with a 15 percent arrest rate and a 
nine percent conviction rate. The Beach record ranges 
from a 34 percent arrest - 85 per.ent conviction rate 
from 1978 statistics to a recent report of a 27 percent 
arrest - 87-88 percent conviction rate. 

Hundley said that Virginia Beach has gone a long 
way toward having oi^e of the best set-ups in the nation, 
but that there was still room for improvement and that 



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people had to get involved. The investigathfe wH was 
started with a two-man team in 1969. md increased to 
four during the last four or five years. He said thrt l» 
would like not only to maintdn the pfesent level oi 
arrests and convictkns, bitt to improve it. He said he 
hoped to add another investigator in the 1981-82 
bwiget. 

Virginia Beach suffers over $2 miUkn in losses from 
arson-related fires each year. Tlic national cost is $1.7 
billion in direct losses and $15 biUim in related losses. 

The subject came up at tte mformal session of Qty 
Council Monday afternoon when Oouncihnan Oarence 
A. HoUand asked Chief IMezel whether there had been 
a sudden surge in arson. He referred to a report from a 
Pennsylvania dty where the fire chief ordered his men 
to shoot fleeing suspected arsonists. 

Chief Diezel agreed that arson is increasing and that 
Virgmia Beach shares the arson problem with the rest 
of the country. He said that the Beach's record of 
arrests and convictions was four to five times better 
than the natioial average. 

He said the Beach has concentrated on the problem 
mwe intensely for the past six years. 

Captain Hundley said there has been an increase in 
arsai in all categories and on aU types of prq?erties. 
The squad last Thursday had under investigation 12 car 
burnings of which only three were accidents. 

People set fire for profit expecting the insurance 
company to bail them out of a poor economical 
situation. The worsening economy may have triggered 
more of this type of arson. 

Ihcy also set fire for spite or revenge or just for 
kicks, Hundley said. 

Juvenile fire setters are the number (Hie problem in 
the nation, however, and the Beach has a prc^ram 
providing f(x counseling the fire setters. 

Hundley said that August has been a busy mcmth, 
but that he doesn't know "what sparked it all." 

Hundley is eliciting the cooperation of citizens to help 
by reporting any suspicious actions through the 
Tidewater hotline - 623 Fu-e. Tlie number in Norfdk 
serves the cities on the southside and the Peninsula 
communities are served by the hotline number 599 
Fire. Tlic hotlines were provided through a Federal 
grant received by the Qty of Norfolk. 

Since January the squad has had 222 cases to 
investigate of which 143 to 150 involve criminal action. 

Hirough his association with the U.S. Fire Adminis- 
tration Hundley has the opportunity to learn about 
problems in othr communities and concludes that 
Virginia Beach has one of the best set-ups. 

Squad members are trained like police officers, have 
police authOTity and carry firearms. Mnety percent of 
the investigations require police skills, Hundley said. 

DiezeU invited by Council to discuss fire prevention 
requirements for high rise apartments for the elderly, 
said that the increased requirements add $2 a square 
foot to construction costs. The added precauticxis will 
contain smoke as well as fire to a single room at the 
point of origin. 

He pointed out that these requirements can be made 
only in cases where a conditional use permit is involved 
which gives the city the opportunity to make additional 
demands. He said that some apartments am be built 
under the regular apartment code and only later cater 
to the elderly. 

City Manager George L Hanbury said that an early 
wammg device would probably have saved the three 
children who recently <tied in a fire in the Plaza area. 

Diezel said the fire equipment can reach from six to 
ten floors aiui that it took 140 persons per call to a high 
rise fire. In defense of the developer, he said, 
everything done for fire prevention is expensive and the 
builder needs trade-offis to help keep costs down. 

More Beach coodo's? 

Vu-ginia Beach City Council Monday afternoon lock 
action which Gty manager George L Hanbury warned 
would result in more condominium develc^Jment just to 
avoid having to build curbs, gutters and sidewalks. 



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Over 40 people turned out to hear Buddy Riggs outline his plans for the forthcoming "1 Love America Day," scheudled for 
December S and 6 at the Beach. 






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Virginia Beach businessman, and former 
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together civic and business leaders from the 
Tidewater area to begin working on his second 
"I Love America" day, to be held Dec. 5 and 6 
in Virginia Beach. 

The theme of the days will be patriotism, 
and T-shirts and bumper stickers will be sold. 
Parades will be held, and entertainers will be 
brought in. 



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(Continued from page 16) 

Council waived curbs, gutters and sidewalks for a 
proposed condominium of single-family homes on Little 
Neck Point. Attorney Calvin P. Spain, representing 
James D. Parker, the owner of the 20-acre parcel, said 
that 15 OT 16 single-family houses will be constructed on 
the site with a single entrance road from Harris Road. 

Since the road would be private, Spain said the 
developer wanted Council to waive curbs, gutters, 
sidewalks and underground drainage, substituting 
swales instead to maintain the rural atmosphere of the 
area and for privacy. Under the state's condominium 



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law an association of the owners would be required to 
maintain property held in common. 

Hanbury said that the development may be a 
condaninium but the road is still a road in a 
subdivision. He said that calling the development a 
condominium is just a way to get around the city's code 
which calls for curbs, gutters and sidewalks and 
underground drainage in subdivisions. 

If the request is approved, Hanbury said, the city will 
see more condominium groups just to avoid curbs and 
gutters. In fact, the administration will next week 
propose an ordinance amending the Comprehensive 
ZcMiing Ordinance stipulating that condominiums 
should have to adhere to the same requirements as any 
subdivision. 

Hanbury said that the city had already made a 
concession to Parker, that it would accept a 20 foot road 
instead of the standard 30 foot road. 

Councilman Reid Ervin wanted to know whether the 
Virginia Condominium law was adequate to protect the 
owners. 

Spain said the law is c(msidered a model one in the 
United States. It requires stating what will be owned in 
common and the road will be owned in common, he 
said. He said that the condo organization can be 
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does. 

Parker said, "I can't sec what's so all-fired holy 
about curbs and gutters. *^* 

Councilman John A. Baum wanted to be sure that the 
city could protect itself and would not be left to improve 
a substandard road in later years under political 
pressure. 

Spain said that Parker wa^ willing to write in legal 
protection for the city. 

aty attorney Dale Bimson said, however, that there 
is no track record in court on how it looks at various 
statutes relating to the problem. 

Ifenbury insisted it was a dangerous precedent 
because condos are the cheapest way to develop 
property and developers would choose that avenue. 

Councihnan Donald Merrick moved that curbs, 
gutters and sidewalks be waived and that an agreement 
be included that stipulates th^t if the condominium 
association is dissolved, the owners must comply with 
all subdivision ordinances. 

The motion was passed by a vote of 6-5. Voting 
against the proposal were John A. Baum, Barbara 
Jfcnley, Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr., Meyera obemdorf 
and Patrick Standing. 

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Hurricane Allen. 

During Allen's rampage through the Texas Coastal 
area, 365 Red Cross shelters were set up housing 
136,000 people. More than 4,000 famiHes were affected 
by flood damage. Preliminary estimates show that Red 
Cross alone will spend $2.5 million in that area. 

Donations for providing aid to victims should be in 
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Ibe Virglnkt Beach Board of Za^ Appcab will 
cooduct a Public Hearii^ on Wediies^» September 3, 
1980, at 7:30 p.m. in the CoiiiK:^ CSimnbera, 
Adnunistration Building, Municipal Center, Virgink 
Bei^, Ytr%i^. The staff briefing wifl be at 7:00 p.m. 
in the City Manager's Conference Room. Ihe fdlowing 
applications imll appear on the agenda. 
REOJIAR ACSNDA: 

1. lynnhaven Mall Company requests a variance to 
allow the center identification to have three (3) faces 
instead of two (2) foces as allowed and to allow a tenant 
(heaters) to have a free-standing sign where prohibited 
on Parcels B, C, D. 0, F, H & I, Lynnhaven Mall Area, 
South Lynnhaven Road and South Lynnhaven Parkway. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

2. First Colonial Medical Professional Buildings 
request a variance to use R-4 (Residential) zoned land 
for ingress and egress to an O-l (Office) zoned land 
(First Colonial Office Complex) where prohibited on a 
Parcel, Subdivision of Mary S. Maddox and Joseph M. 
SpruiU, Wol£snare Road east of First Colonial Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Word of Life Christian Center requests a variance 
to allow a church to operate on less than three (3) acres 
of land as required (4200 square foot store in sho|q>ing 
center) on Parcel A-1 , Subdivision of Property ci Albert 
L Bonney, IVustee, Larkspur, southeast corner of 
Princess Anne Road and Edwin Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

4. Paul K. and Elizabeth Kessler, Jr. request a variance 
of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 
foot fence as allowed in a required side yard adjacent to 
a street (Edinburg Drive) on Lot 43, Kings Pdnt, 301 
Princes of Wales Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Janet Lee Owens requests a variance of 3 feet to a 3 
foot side yard setback (north side) and of 3 feet to a 3 
foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet each as 
required (swimming pool) on Lot 34, Blck^k 34, Block 10, 
Diamond Springs Home, 1908 Moody Road. Bayside 
Borough. 

6. Best Products Co., Inc. requests a variance of 136 
square feet of sign area to 281 square f^et of sign area 
per face for the free-standing sign instead of 123 square 
feet per face as allowed and of 13 feet in height to 37 
feet in height for the free-standing sign as allowed and 
of 7 feet to a *'0'* setback from the street 
(Independence Boulevard) mstead of 7 feet as required 
on Parcete 1, 2, 3, & 4, Subdivision of Property <rf 
Alf^ionzo T. Swum, et ux, et al, Pocahontas Village 
>^a, 217 S. bdependence Boulevard. KempsvHle 
Borough. 

7. Wyiiam H. Henry requests a variance oi 2 feet m 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
aUowed in a side yard adjacent to a street (Henley 
Landing) on Lot 16, Block C, Section 1 , Part 1 , Stratford 
Chase, 3143 Stratford Chase Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

8. R. G. and F. S. Bashftjrd request a variance of 7 feet 
to a 3 foot side yard setback (south side) instead of 10 
feet as required (m Lot 87, Section 5-C, Kings Grant, 
705 QxfcH-d Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

9. CarletOT J. Smith, III requests a variance of 3 feet to 
a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(swimming pool) on Lot 7, Block M, Secti<m 2, Fox Run, 
4717 Marlborough Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

10. M. M. Midgett requests a variance of 17 feet 6 
inches to a 2 foot 6 inch side yard setback (west side) 
instead of 20 feet as required (accessory building) on 
Parcel B-1, Little Neck, 3860 Little Neck Point Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

1 1 . Nancy C. Carollo requests a variance of 13 feet to a 
17 foot setback from Kempsville Road (through lot) 
instead of 30 feet as required (swimming pod) on Lot 
30, Block E, Section 1^ Fairfield, 620 Heasant }M\ 
Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

12. John Woodard, Jr., Inc. requests a variance of 3 
feet to a 43 foot frait yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required on Lot 9, Block B, Section 1, Middle 
Plantation, 3713 Middle Plantation Quay. Lynnhaven 

Borough. 

13. C. Randolph Zehmer re<w<^*s a variance of 20 feet 
to a 30 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required and of 5 feet toa TOioc^ side yard adjacent to a 
street (Sea Scape Road) instead of 25 fcct^as rf quired 
on Lot 28, Tract D, Secticm 2, Sandbridge Beach, 3360 



SandHjifcMf r RaBt R»Kie>g Awr Bcioi^i^. 

14. loteH. Garrs, Ji. ivcpi^d a vtrlMce (tf 13 feet to 
a 7 fool rear yard setback i»^ad of 20 feet as required 
and oi 19.69 percent ditoc eoven^ to 59.69 percent of 
lot coverage instead of 40 percent of lot coii^rage as 
allowed on Lot 2, Site G, Phase 1, Cnpjpk Greek 
Townhouses, 329 Crippk Creek Court, lynnhaven 
Borough. 

15. Joe Qosswhite md Bill M. doitthat request a 
variance to altow inffking in the required 10 foot setback 
from the alley (north side) where prohibited and of 3 
parking sf^u^es to 3 parking spaces instead of 6 parking 
spaces as required (office space) and to allow vehicle 
manuevering directly incidental to entering or leaving a 
parking space on a public right of way (alley) on Lot 6, 
Block 12, Vu-ginia Beach, 211 11th Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

16. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation requests a 
variance of 8 feet to a 12 foot rear yard setback instead 
of 20 feet as required (trellis and deck) on Lot 2, Block 
T, Section 1, Townhomes of Chimney Hill, 3605 
Chimney Creek. Kempsville Borough. 

17. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation ' requests a 
variance of 20 feet to a '*0" rear yard setback instead of 
20 feet as required (trellis and deck) on Lot 2, Block T, 
Section 1, Townhomes of Chimney Hill, 3603 Chimney 
Creek. Kempsville Borough. 

18. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation requests a 
variance of 20 feet to a "0" rear yard setback instead of 
20 feet as required (trellis and deck) on Lot 3, Block T, 
Section 1, Townhomes of Chimney Hill, 3603 Chimney 
Creek. Kempsville Borough. 

19. M. E. DuTOw requests a variance of 10 feet to a 20 

foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 

(screened in deck) on Lot 137, Section IB South, 

Sandbridge Shores, 312 Pintalil Crescent. Princess 

Anne Borough. 

ALL APPUCANTS MIXST APPEAR BEFORE THIi 

BOARD. 

W. L Towers 

Secretary 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 

will be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall 

Buikttag, Mumdpal Center, Princess Anne Sution, 

Virginia Beach, Virgiiya, on Monday September 8, 

19i0, at 2:00 p.m., at wluch time the foHowh^ ap- 

plications wiH be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 

CLARIFICATION: 

lynnhaven borou^: 

1 . An Ordinance upon Application of Mason Construc- 
tion Company, Inc., for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from R-6 Residential 
District to A-3 Apartment District on certain property 
located On the North side of Ok) Virginia Beach Road 
beginning at a point 33 feet West of Barberton Drive, 
running a distance Of 210 feet along the North side of 
Old Virginia Beach Road, running a distance of 127.34 
feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 22.7 1 
feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
119.36 feet in a Northerly direction^ running a distance 
of 33 feet along the South sdie of A Street, running a 
distance of 105 feet in a Southerly direction, running a 
distance of 186.43 feet in an Easterly direction and run- 
ning a distance of 92.73 feet along the Eastern |M-operty 
line. Said parcel contains. .69 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BC^OUGH: 

2. An Ordinance upon Af^cation of Colonial-Laskin 
Associates for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for 
recreirtional and amusement facilities of an outdoor 
nature and an arcade building on certain property 
located cm the North »de of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway beginning at a point 665 feet West of First 
Cokmial Rrad, running a distance of 737 feet along the 
North side of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, 
running a distance of 590 fe^ more or less along the 
Western property Une, running a distance of 160 fe« 
more or less along the Northern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 350 feet along the Eastern property 
line. Said parcel contains 10 acres. LYNNHAVEN 



BO^XI^M. 
BAYS^^l^tCK^Km: 

3. An Otdfymst iqpott Api^catroii ^ Trustees and 
Moabers of St. John A^ Chm^ for a C(H4- 
DITKK4AL USE PERMTT for a <4itfch on certian 
property located at the Southwest comer of Lawrence 
Drive and Goodman Road, runidi^ askance of 311.8 
feet along the West side (^ Lawrence Drive, running a 
cUsUmceof 416.'M feet dong the Smithem property line, 
runnii^a distance of 312 feet along tl^ Western proper- 
ty line and miming a disumce of 40.4 feet along the 
South si(feof Goodman Road. Said parcel contains 2.92 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

4. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for Charles R. Malbon,^r., and John F. 
Malbon. Property located at the Northwest intersection 
of Holly Road and West Holly Road. Plats with more 
detailed information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

5. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- , 
ce. Subdivision for Harry Jeavons. Property located at 
the Northeast corner of Five Point Road and Rose Hall 
Drive. Plats with more detailed information are 
available in the Department of Planning. 
VACATION OF PLAT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

6. An Ordinance upon Application of Robert Davis for 
the vacation of all that certain portion of the plat of 
"Subdivision of property of S. G. Keeling Estate, Lyn- 
nhaven Borough, Virginia Beach, ^Virginia, October 12, 
1971", recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Map 
Book 90. at page 17, designated as "The Northern 95.05 
feet of West Little Neck Road as shown on Plat of 
vacation of portion of West Little Neck Road, Lyn- 
nhaven Borough, Virginia Beach, Virginia, June 30, 
1980." More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
Plats with more detailed information on the above ap- 
plications are available in the Department of Planning. 
Ruth Hodges Smith 

City Clerk 
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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vffi^ia Beach, on 
die (4th 4aty of Auptst, 

ino. 

Bonnie Mmtk C. Wolfe, 
Plaintiff, i^ainst Michael 
Aaron Wolfe, Defendant. 
ORE^R OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object «f this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- - 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
into an vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of constructive 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the ^ate of Virginia, the 
kist known post office i^- 
dress being 4I(T? Benson 
Avenue, GlenoU^, Pen^ 
nsylvania. It Is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 1st of October, 
f^O, ami do what may be 
necessary to fH'OtKt his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Frutt, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

f K.jpe Canada, Jr. 
308^NorthBirdneck Rd 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

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In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of August, 
1980. 

Dariene Michelle Schaef ^ 
iweobSt nMntiff, apunst 
RemM Ume Jacobs, De- 
foMkuit. 

C^raROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation in 
excess of one year pur- 
suant to Sution 20-91 of 
the Code of Virginia. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
(tefendant is not a r^ident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the. last known post office 
address being Internal 
Security, N.A.S. Whiting 
Field, Milton, Flordia 
32570, it is (vdered that he 
db ai^jcar on or before the 
1st of October, 19W, aiMl 
do what may be ne^ssary 
to protect his intere^ in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis I^^^q^k 
Kimb»ly^#l9ipm, D.C. 
Thomas Broyles 
Pacific Ave. at 35th St. 
VirginiaB^ch,Va. 23451 
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20 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 20, 1980 







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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the28thdayof July, 1980. 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, against Nancye F. 
Bennett, George A. 
Hussey, and George A. 
Hussey, General Contrac- 
tors, Inc., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a judgment 
against the Defendants for 
the sum of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest, at- 
torneys' fees, and costs 
for a promissory note 
executed by the Defendan- 
ts and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant, George A. 
Hussey is a nonresident 
individual whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1, Kill Devil hills. 
North Carolina 27948; 
and the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractor Inc. is a foreign 
corporation or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion whose last known 
post office address is 
Route 1, Kill Devil Hills, 
North Carolina. It is or- 
dered that Nancye and 
George A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
do appear on or before the 
16th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, vs. Nancye F. Bennett 
342 1 Susquehanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 
and 

George A. Hussey 
Last known address: 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948 
and 

Geroge A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
Last known address: Serve 
George A. Hussey, 
President 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948, Defen- 
dants. 

MOTION FOR 

JUDGMENT 

TO THE HONORABLE 

JUDGE OF THE 

AFORESAID COURT: 

comes now the Plain- 
tiff, Laura E. Russell and 
brings this action to 
recover money owed by 
the Defendants as follows: 

1 . Plaintiff is a resident 
of Hampton, Virginia. 

2. On or about August 



21, 1974, for value 
received, Defendants 
executed and delivered to 
Plaintiff three promissory 
notes dated July 26, 1974, 
copies of which are at- 
tached hereto and made a 
part hereof, whereby 
Defendants promised to 
pay to the order of Plain- 
tiff, twelve months after 
the date of the notes the 
sum of Eight Thousand 
Dollars ($8,000.00) plus 
interest at the rate of Eight 
Per Cent (8%) per annum. 

3. Plaintiff is and at all 
times mentioned herein 
has been the owner and 
holder of said notes. 

4. Defendants made one 
payment in the amount of 
Six Hundred Forty 
Dollars ($6'«).00) which 
represented interest for 
the first year. 

5. Defendants have not 
made any further paymen- 
ts, although more than 
twelve months have 
passed and repeated 
demands have been made. 

6. Under the terms and 
provisions of said notes 
Defendants have agreed to 
apy all costs of collection, 
including attorneys' fees 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%). 

WHEREFORE, Plain- 
tiff demands judgment 
aginst the Defendants in 
the amount of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest at 
the rate of Eight Per Cent 
(8%) per annum from 
July 26, 1975, plus attor- 
neys* fees in the amount 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%), plus costs incurred 
herein and such other and 
further relief as the court 
may deem just and 
proper. 

Laura E. Russell 
By: Barbara Hays Kamp, 
Of Counsel 

PROMISSORY NOTE 
$8,000; Washington, D.C. 
July 26, 1974. 

On July 26, 1974, for 
value received, the under- 
signed, jointly and 
severally, promise to pay 
to the order of Laura E. 
Russell at 552 Lebaum 
Street, S. E., Washington 
D.C. the principal sum of 
Eight Thousand 

($8,000.00) Dollars with 
interest thereon from July 
26, 1974 the rate of eight 
(8) percent per annum un- 
til paid. 

The makers and endor- 
sers each hereby waives 
the benefit of any exem- 
ption, and all right to 
exemption from 

execution, as to the debt 
evidenced by this 
obligation, and if default 
be made in the payment 
thereof at maturity, 
hereby covenants to pay 
all expenses incurred in 
collecting the same, in- 



cluding an attorney's fee 
at twenty-five (25) percent 
in the event this Note is 
placed in the hands of an 
attorney for collection. 
The makers and endorsers 
each hereby waives 
demand, protest and 
notice of non-payment 
thereof. 

George A. Hussey 
Nancy Bennett 
George A. Hussey 
General Contractor, Inc. 
Attest: Nancye F. Bennett 
I, George A. Hussey, 
whose name appears 
above as a maker of this 
Note, in cosideration for 
the signatures of the other 
makers, hereby direct that 
should I die prior to this 
Note having been paid, 
then the entire balance due 
on said Note, principal 
and interest, at the time of 
my death shall be paid 
from the assets of my per- 
sonal estate and in this 
manner do hereby agree to 
hold all other makers of 
this Note harmless from 
the liability of payment 
should my death occur 
prior to this Note having 
been paid. 
George A. Hussey 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 28th 
dayof July, 1980. 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, 
vs. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 
George A. Hussey, 
and 

George A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc., 
Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled suit is to obtain a 
judgment against the 
Defendants for the sum of 
Eight Thousand Dollars 
($8,000.00) plus interest, 
attorneys* fees, and costs 
for a promissory note ex- 
cecuted by the C)efendants 
and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. 

And, it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the Defendant 
George A. Hussey is not a 
resident of this state and 
that the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractors, Inc. B a foreign 
corporation or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion, it is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
George A. Hussey and 

George A. Hussey, 

General Contractors, Inc. 

do appear before this 

court on or before the 16 

day of Sept. 1980, and do 

what is necessary to 

protect their interests 

herein. 

Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

I ask for this:^ 

Barbara Hays Kamp, p.q. 



VIRGINIA: In the arcuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, 
vs. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 
GeorgeA. Hussey, 
and 
George A. Hussey, 

General Contractors, Inc., 
Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION/ 
THIS DAY, Uura E. 
Russell, the above-named 
Plaintiff, personally ap- 
peared before men, Betty 
T. Akins, a Notary Public 
in and for the City of 
Newport News, State of 
Virginia, in my City, and 
made oath: 

That the Defendant, 
George A. Hussey, is a 
nonresident individual 
whose last known post of- 
fice address is Route 1, 
Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948; and 

That the Defendant, 
George A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
is a foreign corporation or 
foreign unincorporated 
association whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1, Kill Devil 
Hills, North Carolina 
27948. 

Laura E. Russell 
Taken, subscribed and 
sworn to before me this 
24th day of July, 1980 
Betty T. Akins 
Notary Public 
My commission Expires 8- 
17-81. 

Barbara Hays Kamp 
Diamonstein, Drucker & 
Kamp 

103 28th Street 
Newport News, VA 23607 
4t8 /27 VB 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Juvenile and Domestic 

Relations DUtrict Court 

of the City of Virginia 

Beach, on the 23rd day of 

July. 1980. 
COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA 

In re: Baby Girl Covert 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this pro- 
ceeding is the termination 
of the residual parental 
rights of kathleen M. 
Covert and William Tague 
to their child. Baby Girl 
Covert, the consequences 
of termination of residual 
parental rights are that a 
parent or parents forever 
relinquish all parental 
rights such as, but not 
limited to, the rights to 
companionship, associa- 
tion, religious training, 
education, discipline, 
guidance, maintenance 
and all decision making 
concerning the chflds 
welfare. And further it is 
to commit said infant to 



the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach Depar- 
tniient of Social Services 
with the right of said 
agency to consent to the 
infant's adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Kathleen M. Covert and 
William Tague is a proper, 
party to this proceeding; 
but die diligence has been 
used to ascertain in what 
county or corporation he 
is. without effect, it is 
ORDERED that Kathleen 
M. Covert and WilUam 
Tague do appear here 
within 10 days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 
Elizabeth E. Henley, 
Clerk 

Alice L. Smith, D.C. 
Karen Williams, 
Dept. Social Services. 
Petitioner 
4t8/27VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of July, 1980. 
Marlene Dolores Lee, 
Plaintiff, against Harold 
Stanley Lee, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one-year 
separation. And ah af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being Decorah, 
Iowa, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
19th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
W. Leigh Ansell 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
23452 
4t8/27 VB 

In the aerk*s Office of the 
arcuit Court of the City of 
Vu-ginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
ORDEROF 
PUBUCATION 
Jan McCrory Reaves 
Blackburn, Ha i n t i f f , 
against Craig Ains 1 e y 
Blackburn, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimcmii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of One Year Sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made- and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 



1607 17th Avenue. Beaver 
Falls, Pennsylvania 15010 
it is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
22nd of September, 1980. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Pruit. Qerk Kimberley A. 
Brown. Deputy Qerk. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, ^%ginia, 
23451 p.q. 
4t 8-27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the29thdayof July. 1980. 
Robert W. Kennemore. 
Plaintiff, against Beatrice 
A. Kennemore. Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF ^ 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et thoro to be later 
merged into a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of Willful deser- 
tion. Ahd an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being N. 6 P.D. Sloans 
Trailer Park. Spartan- 
burg. South Carolina, it is 
ordered that Beatrice A. 
Kennemore do appear on 
or before the 19th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
* Linda Noel Hill, D.C. 
Dail and Haverson 
6330 Newtown Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of August, 
1980. 

Teresa M. Warren. Plain- 
tiff, against Floyd L. 
Warren. Defendant. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendnat. upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinuous separation. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 713 Lake 
Edard Drive. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; that after 
a due and diligent search 
to locate the defendant at 
said address, the plaintiff 
has been unable to locate 
the defendant. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 22nd of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 



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may be necessary to 

protect his interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruity Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

James R. McKenry 

1080 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

4t8/27 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
ORI«ROT 
PUBLICATION 
Franklyn A. Vogt, Plain- 
tiff, against M o n a E. 
Vogt, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimcmii f<xtn 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and abandonment. And 
an affidavit havmg been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
ofRce address being 
Memphis, Tennessee it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 22nd 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Oerk Kimberley A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
William M. Macali 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 p.q. 

4t8-27VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Damon 
Stewart Osborne, Jason 
Aaron Osborne 
by: Robert L. Wright, Jr. 
and Trudy Ann Wright, 
Petitioners 

To: Donald H. Osborne 
735 Goldsboro Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Robert 
L. Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, Petitioners, 
and represent^ that the 
object of this proc^ng 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named in- 
fant(s), Damon Stewart 
Osborne and Jason Aaron 
Osborne, by Robert L. 
Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, husband 
and wife, and affickmt 
having beoi made and 
filed that Doaaid H. 
Osbon^, a aatiMl pur»t 
of said child<reR), b a 
non-resident of ^ ^tf» 
of Vir^nia, and that dt» 
diligoice has been used by 
petitioners to locate the 
natural father, without ef- 
fect, the last known post 
office address being: 735 



Golsboro Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is the'efore Ordered 
that the said Donald H. 
Osborne appear before 
this Court withing ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
I ask for this: 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
968 South Oriale Dr. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
12th day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Natica 
Renelle Lynch 
By: John Richard Dor* 
nan, Petitioners, 
TO: Wesley Semple Free- 
man, Jr., Lynchburg, 
Virginia 

ORDER 

This day came Teresa 
Marie Lynch Dornan and 
John Richard Dornan, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant (s), Natica 
Renelle Lynch, by John 
Richard Dornan and 
Teresa Mt. ie Lynch Dor- 
nan, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Wesley Semple Freeman, 
Jr., a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, that due diligen- 
ce has been used in behajf 
of said petitioners to 
ascertain natural father's 
where abouts and the last 
known post office address 
being: Lynchburg, 
Virginia, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Wesley Sem- 
ple Freeman, Jr. appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
nwessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Mary Keating p.q. 
aarkAStant,P.C. 
21 1 Pembroke Three Mdg 
P«nbroke Offwe Pa* 
Virginia B«ch,VA2»^ 
4t9/10VB ^ 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
teh 14ih day of August. 

1980. ^ ^ 

City of Virginia Beach, A 



Municipal Corporation 
vs. 

C. A. Bostrom, Norfolk, 
Virginia, and his wife, if 
any there be, whose name 
is unknown; Lizzie Man- 
son, Norfolk, Virginia, 
and her husband, if any 
there be, whose name is 
unknown; Avery Darden^ 
Norfolk, Virginia, and his 
wife, if any there be, 
whose name is unknown; 
John M. Seawell and 
Harry A. Seawell, Jr. 817 
Bells Mill Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia, and 
their wives, if any there 
be, whose names are 
unknown; and if any of 
the aforesaid defendants 
be dead, their surviving 
consorts, if any there be, 
their heirs-at-law, next of 
kin, devisees, legatees, 
personal representatives 
and lien creditors, and lien 
creditors of any heirs or 
devisee, etc. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THE CODE OF 

VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that purus- 
ant to an order of this 
Court entered on July 27, 
1970, a sum of money was 
deposited with the Clerk 
of this Court for the 
benefit of this cause, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now 
deposit is $1,068.33, and 
has been deposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the name of the above 
mentioned Chancery 
mater. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appou" on or before the 
19th of September, 1980, 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funHs on 
deposit in tfm matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman, 
D.C. 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Circuit Court 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23456 
2t8/27VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Oflke of the Juvoiile and 
Domestic Relations 
Pistrkt Court of ttm City 
of VIrgifltt B»^h, on tl^ 
13th day of August, 1960. 
Commonwealth of 
Viiiinia 
In re: 

Sarah Virginia Mitchell, 
Tashaun Mitchell 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this 
proceeding is the ter- 
mination of the residual 
parental rights of Linda 
Mitchell and father of 
both children-unknown to 
their children Sarah 
Virginia Mitchell & Tas- 
haun Mitchell. The con- 
sequences of termination 
of residual parental rights 
are that a parent or paren- 
ts forever relinquish all 
parental rights such as, 
but not limited to, the 
rights to companionship, 
association, religious 
training, education, 
discipline, guidance, 
maintenance and all 
decision making concer- 
ning the childs welfare. 
And further it is to com- 
mit said infant to the care 
and custody of the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Social Services with the 
right of said agency to 
consent to the infant's 
adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Linda Mitchell and father 
of both children-unknown 
is a proper party to this 
proceeding; but due 
diligence has been used to 
ascertain in what county 
or corporation he is, 
without effect, it is OR- 
DERED that Linda Mit- 
chell and father of both 
children - unknown do 
appear here within 10 days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
their interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
Elizabeth E. Henley, 
Clerk 
, Deborah Gray Ashten, 
D.C. 

Chuck Shelton, 
STATE OF VIRGINIA 
City of Virginia Beach, to- 
wit: 

This day personally ap- 
peared before me, 
Deborah Gray Ashton, 
Deputy Clerk in and for 
the state and city 
aforesaid, Chuck Shelton, 
Dept. of Social Services, 
who, being duly sworn, 
stated that the above is 
true to the best of his 
knowledge and belief. 
Deborah Gray Ashton 
Deputy Clerk 
Juv. A Dom. Rel. Dist. 
Court 

CERIFICATEOF 
PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerks Office of the 
Juvenile and Domestic 
Relations Court of the 
Oty of Vk^ia B»ch, on 
the 13th day of Aupist, 
l^D. 

I hereby certify that I 
have this day posted at the 
front 4oor of the Court 
Hou^ a copy of the order 
f (MiMkation entered in 
e above-styled matter, 
and I on this day mailed a 



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qDpy of said publication 
duly certified to the per- 
son against whom 
publication is sought at 
the last known post office 
adress, stated in the 
foregoing affidavit, and a 
Q9py was this mail^ to 
Virginia Beach Sun for 
publication. 
Teste: 

Elizabeth E. Henley, 
Clerk 

Deborah Gray Ashton, 
D.C. 
Dept. of Social Services 

Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
4t9/10VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 5th 
day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Donald 
Abainza Dorry, an infant 
under the age of fourteen 
years, by donald Max 
Dorry & Priscilla Abainza 
Dorry, Petitioners. 
TO: William Edward 
Tripp 

29th & Bay Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Donald 
Max Dorry and priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, Donald 
Abainza Dorry, by donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that William Edward 
Tripp, not the natural or 
adoptive father of the in- 
fant Donald Abainza 
Dorry, is nonetheless the 
lawful husband of Sandra 
A. Tripp, the natural 
mother of the said infant, 
and said William Edward 
Tripp is a nonresident of 
the State of Virginia, and 
, that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the said William 
Edward Tripp resides, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 29th & Bay Street, 
Norfolk, Virginia, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said William Ed- 
ward Tripp appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Frank F. Arness, Atty. 
Suite201,l^X)S. Miliury 
Highway, 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
233^ 
4t9/3 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980 

Michael Pobat Complain- 
ant, vs. Barbara Pobat 
Respondent, 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an order of 
Court quieting title in the 
following described real 
estate. 

All that certain lot, 
piece or parcel of land, 
with the buildings and im- 
provements thereon and 
the appurtenances 
thereunto belonging, 
lying, situate and being in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and being 
known, numbered and 
designated as Lot 84, as 
shown on the certain plat 
entitled, "Malibu, Section 
1". and said plat being 
duly recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
in Map Book 50, at page 
17. 

That respondent has no 
estate or interest in said 
Real Estate or any part 
thereof; that title of com- 
plainant is good and valid 
and he is the sole owner of 
said property. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been 
used by and in behalf of 
the complainant to ascer- 
tain the whereabouts of 
the respondent without 
success, the last known 
post office addijss of 
respondent being: 645 
Watertown Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23452, it is ordered that 
Barbara Pobat do appear 
on or before the 25th day 
of September 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Cle-k 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
R. Thomas Iglehart 
Attorney's and Coun- 
selor's at Law 
762 Independence Blvd. 
Suite 300 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23455 
4t9/3 VB 

VIRGIINIA: In the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 5th 
day of August, t^. 
In the Matter of 
TheEsUteof 
Charles Aptn^, deceased 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
It. appearing nhat a 
report of the account of 
WUHm^ A^m ma Joe 
M^r, co-€»cutors of the 
EsUte of Chvles Aptaer. 
deceased, and of the debts 
and d^unds ^^nst said 
estate has been fUed in tl^ 
Clerk's Office of this 
Court ai^ that more than 



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six months have elapsed 
since the qualification of 
said personal represen- 
tives, on motion of said 
personal represenutives it 
is ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the estate do 
show cause, if any they 
can, at 10:00 a.m. on the 
22nd day of August, 1980, 
before this Court at its 
courtroom against the 
payment and delivery of 
the estate of Charles Apt- 
ner, deceased, to the 
legatees named in the will, 
without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this order be 
published once a week for 
two successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published and 
having general circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Robert H. Powell, III 
Williams, Worrell, Kelly 
& Greer 

1700 Virginia national 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
2t8/20VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach Brian F. 
Francis, an infant, etc., 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Carl L. Edmonds, Jr., et 
al. Defendant. 

ORDER 
The object of this 
Petition is to effect the 
transfer, payment and 
delivery of the sum of 
$20,341.09, presently held 

by Joseph L. Lylc, Jr., 
Guardian for Brian F. 
Francis, to the foreign 
guardian for said infant, 
Philip M. Francis, a 
resident of Collier Coun- 
ty, Florida, to authorize 
the said foreign guardian 
to receive all money or 
personal property which 
belongs to the said infant 
in like manner as if he 
were appointed a guardian 
for said infant in this 
state, and to remove said 
funds and property to the 
State of Florida, in which 
said foreign guardian was 
appointed and qualified. 

All parties affected by 
such removal are hereby 
directed to appear and 
protect their Interests, if 
any, in said funds or 
property. It is further 
ORDERED that a true 
copy of the foregoing Or- 
der be published once a 
week for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in The 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper of general cir- 
a^ion in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Copy-T^te: 



J. Curtis Fruit, Cterk 

Karen Kephart, D.C. 

Pickett, Spam and Lyle, 

P.c. 

101 N. Lynnhaven Rd. 

Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of August , 
1980. 

William Andrew Georges, 
Plaintiff, against Glenda 
Sue Georges, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit if 
sofr the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Mrs. W. 
L. Braehaw, Box 41, 
Lynn, North Carolina 
28750, it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 29th of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
A. Canada, Jr. 
508-D North Birdneck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 8th day of August, 
1980. 

Linda Boeke Palokangas, 
Plaintiff, against Russell 
Lee Palokangas, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of having lived 
separate and apart for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o RCA Cor- 
poration, P. O. Box 997 
APO San Francisco, 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Oty of Virgima Beach, on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980. 

Linda Louise Tonner 
DeNault. Plaintiff, again- 
st Robert Authur 
DeNault, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 25 North Lyon 
Street. Batavia, New 
York, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
23rd of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980. 

Louise Virginia Smith 
Williams, Plaintiff, again- 
st Jefferson Richard 
Williams, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant last known post of- 
fice address is 2166 Land 
Town, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and one behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 23rd of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 
A copy-Teste: 



California 96555, it is or 
dered that he do appear on j ^^^^.^ ^^^^^ ^lerk 
or before the 29th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
H. Lee Addison, III 
P.O. Box 12027 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 
4t9/3 VB 



Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/3 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach on 

the 7th day of August, 

1980. 

Anita Manalo Nelson, 



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Plaintiff, against Earl 
James Ndson, D^eiKfauit. 
OKDEKQF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a judgment for sup- 
port arrearage from the 
said defendant. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant last known post 
office address is 1414 
Taureau Court, Virginia 
Beach, Vir^nia, and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 26th of Sep- 
tembo-, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Henry L. Sadler 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia, 23502 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of August, 
1980. 

Joseph Burdick Mullikin, 
Plaintiff, against 
Catherine Dellinger 
Mullikin, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virgnia, the last known 
post office address being 
9702 Balsa Avenue, Apar- 
tment 76, Westminister, 
California 92685, it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 25th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
A. Andrew Ege 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t9/3 VB _^_ 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of August, 
1980. 

Rebecca Futrell 

Holloman, Plaintiff, 
against Robert Charles 
Holloman, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo Matrimonii from the 
said Defendant, upon the 



grounds of one year 
separation. And an- 
f^vlt luiving been made 
and filed that die defen- 
dant Is tm a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known po^ omce Mi- 
dress being 11711 NE3rd 
Apt. 216, North Miami 
Beach. FL 33162. it is or- 
dered that Robert Charles 
Holloman do appear on or 
before the 26th of Sep- 
tember, 19M, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Linda Noel HiU. D.C. 
Barry L. Jenkins 
156 Newtown Road 
Suite A4. 
Va. Beach. Va. 
4t9/3VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Drcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the nth day of August. 
1980. 

Beverly Dodson. Plaintiff, 
against Thomas Dodson. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the state of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being c/o Mr. James 
P. Dodson. 1534 East 6th 
Street, Hobart, Indiana 
46342, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
29th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
William F. Burnside 
958 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t9/3 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach this 5 day 

of Aug. 1980. 

City of Virginia Beach 

Development Authority, 

Plaintiff. 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Arista 
Associates Facility) Series 
of 1980, Defendants. 



ORI^R 

This day cane the plain- 
tiff , by counsel, and fited 
Its Motion for Jn^ment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination. Inter aUa. of the 
el^mty of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (ArlsU Associates 
Facility) Series of 1980. 
the legaUty of the pur- 
poses for which such bon- 
ds are to be issued and the 
validity of such . bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CONSIDER- 
ATION WHEREOF, IT 
IS ORDERED that tiie 
Motion for Judgment 
having been filed, a cer- 
tified copy thereof, 
together with a certified 
copy of this order, be 
pul^ished onoe a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virgnia Beadi Sun. a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) days) after 
the secoml publication 
thereof ana that this mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
September 9. 1980, at 9:*« 
A.M.. IN THE Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
mUy N. BaUan. D.C. 
Charles M. SaUe 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23456 
Winship C. Denton 
Canoles. Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Ban* & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
2t8/20 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Orcuit 

Court of the CitV of 

Virginia B^h 

City of VifgmiayBeach 

Development Authority, 

Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia BeacR Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Arista 
Associates Facility) series 
of 1980, Defendants. 
MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
••Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1, 



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Virgmia Besch Sun, Wednesday, August^, 1980 23 



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Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
bonds (Arista Associates 
Faculty) Series of 1980 
(the **Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
constructing and equip- 
ping a motel facility (the 
"Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Arista Associates, a 
Virginia general partner- 
ship (the- "Company") 
and states as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Vir^a (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted, or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1, 1^0, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agreeing to un- 
dertake the issuwK^ of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the Com- 
pany, with the Facility to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment Of the Bonds by 
the comj>any in accordan- 
ce with their terms and to 
provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
whm issued, will Be used 
to finance the costs of 
constructing and equip- 
ping the Facility and the 
issuance of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
B^ch, no taxing powor of 
any political subdivision 
wiU be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bomis wiU not 
coMtitute an ind^edness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or resttic- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City||Of Virpnia Beach 



prays that theCourt grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15 . 1 -2 1 7 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the authoriz- 
ation or issuance of the 
the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to fmance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 

obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet, 
aty of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority 
By Charles M.Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Winship C. Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Billy N.Ballar,D.C. 
2t8/20VB 

IN THE Qerk's Office of 
the Qrcuit Court of the 
Qty of ^ginia Beach, on 
the 21st day <rf July, 1980. 
Vict(»ia Lynne Dotson, 
Plaintiff, against John 
Raise Dotson, Jr., Defen- 
dant. 

OROBROF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of a 1 year sep- 
aration pursuant to Sec- 
tion 20-91 (9) of the Code 
of Wginia, to be pub- 
lished fw four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach sun. And an 
affidavit hav i n g been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent <rf the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 

office address being 2500 
Beaverbrook Drive, Gre- 
ensboro. North Cardina. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
10th of September, 1980. 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect his inter- 
est in thtt suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
PhyUis N. Styron. D.C 
Mr. ftw» Sanders, Atty. 
4460 tfcUand Roiul, Suite 

200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t8/20VB 



In the aerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of July, 1980. 
linda Joanne Venglarcik, 
Plaintiff, against Steven 
Michael Venglarcik. De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF 
KJBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A \^nculo 
Matrimonii, from the said 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds of One year separa- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
P. O. Box 226, Paulding, 
Ohio 45879. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 9th of Septem- 
ber, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curits Fruit, Qerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Thomas B. Shuttleworth 
Suite 211 Peijibroke Three 
Building 

Fiembrdce Office Park 
Va. Beach. Va. 23462 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Gerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of July, 1980. 
aen P. Buckley, Plaintiff, 
against Denise K. Buck- 
ley, Defendant. 

OREffiROT 
PUBUCATTC»4 
Die object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of living separate 
and apart for a period in 
excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been ■ 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 1 1471 
Oxnard No. 1, Nor t h 
Hollywood, CalifcHnia. It 
is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
12th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
PhylUs N. Styron, D.C. 
William H. Colona, Jr., 
Suite 202, 3330 Padfic 
Ave. 

VirginiaBeach,Va. 23451 
4t8/:»)VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Qty of Vi^ia Beach, on 
the 22 day of July, 1^0. 
Iroie L. Hastily, Plain- 
tiff, against Robert S. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of mutual 
separation for a period of 

more than one year. And 
an affidavit having made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 1416 Ashland 
Ave.. St. Paul. MN 55102. 
It is ordered that Robert 
S. Hastings do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember. 1^0, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel Hill, D.C. 
Harold Gavaris 
529 Law Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 
4t8/20 

In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of July, 
1^0. 

Everdna Harris, Plaintiff, 
against William Howard 
Harris. Sr.. Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
said complainant to ascer- 
tain what county or cor- 
poration in which the 
defendant resides without 
effect. His last known ad- 
dress being 1805 
Washington Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It is ordered that William 
Howard Harris, Sr. do 
appear on or before the 
12th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel HiU, D.C. 
A. Andrew Ege, 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t8/20VB 

In the CItfk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 23rd day of July, 1980. 
Lee Ellen Benjamin, 
PUdntiff, a^nst Arthur 
R. B^Jamin, II, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

Tl^ object of this suit is 

to obtain a divcm^e a vin- 

cuk> natrimcmii from the 

ippon tte 



grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 

address being 1310 River- 
front Court, Apt. il'202, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and that due diligence has 
been used by and on 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in what county 
or corporation the defen- 
dant is without effect. It is 
ordered that Arthur R. 
Benjamin, II do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember. 1980. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Tate: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 

UndaNodHULD.C. 

Berg and Gordon 

2955 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

4t8/20VB 

VIRGINL\: In the Qerk's 
Office Qrcuit Court of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach on 
the 25th day of July, 1980 
Debra Ann Joseph Bryan, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Joe Elwood Bryan, Jr., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
defendant on the ground 
of the continuous and un- 
interrupted separation of 
the parties for a period in 
excess of one year. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used 
by or in behalf of said 
plaintiff to ascertain the 
exact' whereabouts of Joe 
Elwood Bryan, Jr., the 
defendant, without effect, 
the last known address 
being Rout 1, Box 56, 
Richlands, North Carol- 
ina, it is ordered that the 
defendant appear before 
this Court on or before 
September 15, 1980 and 
do what is necessary to 
protect his interests here- 
in. 

J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
John D. Hooker, Jr. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
Post Office Box 6363 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
4t8/20 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia BeM;h, on the 
25th day erf July, 1^0. 
GcncC Loomis. PbOmifr, 



baker Loomis, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATICH^ 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii frcxn the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
. filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 

741 Park Avenue, Apt. 
130, Orange Park, Flordia 
23073, it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 15th of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
1. Lionel Hancock, III 
P. O. Box 3648 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Willis Urpy Nichols, 
Plaintiff, against Crucita 
Sapia C^inones hfichols. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
19 Rochelle Road, Bing- 
hamton, New York 13901, 
it is ordered that she do 
appear (xi or before the 
15th of September, 1980. 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A c6py-Teste: 
1. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Srtith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Franklin John Sny d e r. 
Plaintiff, against Debra 
Jean Snyder, Defendant. 
ORDER O^ 
PUBLICATKDN 
The object of this suit is 
for the said pliuntifT to 
obtain a divorce a mema 
et thoro, later to be mer- 
ged into a vinculo mMri- 
monii from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
desertion as of March 20, 
ri^. And an mmfii 



i^ 



^4 
Jill' 



24 Virginia BetK^ Sun. Wednesday, August 20, 1980 




having been m^de and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of t^ State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
2409 Norwich New Lon- 
don Turnpike, Un c ass- 
ville, CcHinecticut, it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on ot bef(we the 15th 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Stuart H. Held 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 
4t8/20 VB 

In the aerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Amy E. Tanner, Plaintiff, 
against James Will i a m 
Tanner, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
nci a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1455 Kemper Ave n u e, 
Charleston, South Caro- 
lina, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
15th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t 8/20 VB 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach 
on the 15th day of August, 
1980 

City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximnately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 19M., Defendants. 
ORDER 

The plaintiff, by coun- 

tion 




for Judgment seeking 
judicial determination, in- 
ter alia, of the legality of 
the proceedings taken 
regarding up to 
SI. 500, 000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
bonds (Rose Hall Com- 
pany Facility) Series of 
1980, the legality of the 
purposes for which such 
bonds are to be issued and 
the validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION ^WHERE- 
OF, IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for 
Judgment having been 
filed, a certified copy 
thereof, together with a 
certified copy of this Or- 
der be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun. a newspaper 
having general circulation 
of Virginia Beach, that 
any party defendant 
desiring to reply to said 
Motion for Judgment 
shall do so within ten (10) 
days after the second 
publication thereof, and 
that this matter is set for 
hearing on September 23, 
1980, at 9:15 a.m. in the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
A Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
By Doris S. hale, D.C. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority this 29 
day of July 1980, Plain- 
tiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers. Property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
Non-Residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginilj Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980, Defendants. 
MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority**), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1 Code 
of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, of the validity 
of up to $1,500,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980 (the "Bonds"), to 
be issued to pay the costs 
of 



ting, and equipping an of- 
fice building faciUty (the 
"FaciUty"). intheatyof 
Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Rose Hall Company, a 
Virginia general partoir- 
ship (the "Company") 
and states as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643. 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating^ 
under the Act since its 
creation. and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July I. 1980, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agreeing to un- 
dertake the issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the Com- 
pany, with the Facility to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their temrs and 
to provdie security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping the 
Facility and the Issuance 
of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, l^al 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or pledge of the faith 
and credit of the com- 
monwealth of Virginia or 
any political subidvision 
thereof, including the 
Authority and the City of 
Virginia Beach, no taxing 
power of any political 
subdivision will be 
pledged to the payment of 
the Bonds, and the Bonds 
will not constitute an in- 
debtedness within the 
meaning of any debt 
limitation or restriction. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
19S0, as amendedr tbat (4) 



theretofote taken m con- 
nection with the 
authorizatifm^^r issuance 
of the Bonds are tegal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Fadlity; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
By Charies M. Salle, of 
Counsel 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Winship C. Denton 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 13th 
dayof August, 1980 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Baxh Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) Series of 1980, 
Defendants. 

ORDER 

This day came the plain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) Series of 1980, 
the legality of the pur- 
poses for which such bon- 
ds are to be issued and the 
validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CONSIDER- 
ATION WHEREOF, IT 
IS ORDERED that the 
Motion for Judgment 
having been fil^. a cer- 



tc^thor with a certified 
copy of this order, be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun. a 
newpaper having general 
circulation in Virginia. 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within toi (10) days after 
the second publication 
thereof and tluit this mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
September 23, 1980 at 
9:00 a.m., in the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle, Esq. 
Municipal Center Virginia 
Beach. Va. 23456 
A Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Doris S. Hale, DX. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach 

City of Virginia Beach 

Development Authority. 

Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach incUiding 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and ^ all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) Series of IMO. 
Defendants. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 

Plaintiff, the Gty of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
••Authority'*), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1, 
Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue, 
Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center^ 
Associates) Series of 1980 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
acquiring, constructing 
and equipping an office 
building facility (the 
"Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Rose Hall Professional 
Center Associates, a 
Virginia partnership (the 
"Company") and states 
as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly 975, as amended, of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 

the Commonwealth of 

tc ^.tin til! ^:,n6ti,, ot 



Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and opiating 
under the A^ since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act. have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on August 5, 
1980, the Authority adop- 
ted a resolution agreeing 
to undertake the issuance 
of the Bonds upon terms 
and conditions to be 
mutually agreed upon 
between the Authority and 
the Company, with the 
Facility to be leased or 
sold to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their terms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing 
and equipinng the Fadlity 
and .the issuance of the 
Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
Beadi, no taxing power of 
any political subdiviaon 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq.. 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 



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the parties or as the Court 
may lieein meet. 
Charles M. Salle, Esq. 
Munidpal Center 
Virgiiiia Beach, Va. 23456 

Wimhip C. Denton, Esq. 
Canoles, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Burr & Russell, 
A Professional Corp. 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 23310 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: in the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 13th 
day of August, 1^0 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taction therdn and all 
other p^sons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $2,100 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (James H. 
Oipps and Clara E. Cap- 
ps) series of 1980, Defen- 
dsints. 

ORDER 

This day came the pain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgm^it 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
le^ty of the iHt>ceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$2,100,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (James H. Ca|^ 
and Clara E. Capps) 
S^ies of IMO, the lepdity 
of the purposes for which 
such bonds are to be 
issued and the validity of 
sudi bmids when issued. 

UPON CONSIDER- 
ATIGN WHERECH?, IT 
IS ORDERED that the 
Motion for Judgment 
having been filed, a cer- 
tified' copy thereof, 
together with a certified 
copy of this ord^, be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having g^ieral 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) days after 
the second publication 
thereof and that this mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
September 23, 1980, at 
9:00 a.m., in the Circuit 
court of the City of 
Virginia Brach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle, Esq. 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach. Va. 234S6 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Pnnt. Clerk 
Doris S. Hide. D.C. 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia B«u;h 

aty of VirginU Beach 

Development Authority. 

P&inUff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the city of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $2,100,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (James H. 
Capps and Para E. Cap- 
ps) series of 1980, Defen- 
dants. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1, 
Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$2,100,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (James H. Capps 
and Clara E. Capps) 
Series of 1980 (the "Bon- 
(b'*)» to be issued to pay 
the costs of constructing 
and equipping a motel 
fadUty(the*<FaciUty"),in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, to be 
leased or sold by James H. 
Capps and Clara E. Cap- 
ps, (the "Company") and 
states as folkyws: 

1. The Authority was 
duly seated by Oiapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly 975, as amended, of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the **Act**), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and opiating 
under the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceeding^ 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. ' 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on August 5, 
19^, the Authority adop- 
ted a resolution agreeing 
to undertake the issuance 
of the Bonds upon terms 
and conditions to be 
mutually agreed upon 
between the Authority and 
the Company, with the 
Facility to be leased or 
sold to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their terms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 

w^hen issued^ ^i^^ J^ J^^^ 
to firionw the coste of 



constructing and equip- 
{ring the Facility and the 
issuance of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amoKled, that 
(1) all proceedings thereto- 
fore taken in connection 
with the authorization or 
issuance of the Bonds are 
k^ and vaUd; (2) the 
Bonds may be issued to 
finance the Facility; (3) 
assuming their due 
authorization, execution 
and delivery, the Bonds 
issued for the FadUty will 
be valid, legal and binding 
limited obligations of the 
Atttliority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
tte parties or as the Court 
nay deem meet. 
Charles M. Salle, Esq. 
Municipal Coiter 
Vb-ginia Beach, Va. 23456 

Wiaship C. Denton, Esq. 
Canoki, Mastracco, mar- 
tone, Barr ft Russell, 
A Professional Corp. 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t8/27 VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 18th day of August, 
19^. 

Sharon Sue Bodkin 
Thackery. Plaintiff, 
against Alfred Leroy 
Thackery, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
gr0tt»d|i4}of Km9 )^HMi1 



separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant Last known post of- 
fice address is AIMD 
W/C 610 N.A.S. Oceana, 
Virginia, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the plain- 
tiff to ascertain in what 
county of corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
7th of October, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
William J. McMahon 
412 Law Building 
147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
4t9/10VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 18th day of August, 
1980. 

Emilip Panganiban Tan- 
cangco. Plaintiff, against 
Pricilla Ann Tancangco, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa Et 
Thoro to be later meiied 
into a divorce A Mensa Et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii at the ex- 
piration of one year's 
separation from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant's last known 
post office address is 5030 
Gafney Lane, Apt. D. 
Virginia Beach, and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is. 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 7th of Oc- 
tober, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones. D.C. 
Berg & Gordon 
P. 0. Box 2257 
Va. Beach. Va. 23452 
4t9/10VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 18th day of August, 
1980. 

Anne Catherine Wittner, 
Plaintiff, agunst Hal S. 
Wittner, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a Vinculo 
matrimonii from the, said 



grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
aprt without cohabitation 
and without interru{Hion 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the Sute 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 1551 Monmouth 
Drive, San Diego, 
California, it is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 7th of October, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Berg & Gordon 
2953 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/10VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on this 
15th day of August, 1980 
IN RE: Estate of Jesse H. 
Daniel. Deceased 
ORDER 

IT APPEARING TO 
THE COURT that a 
report of the accounts of 
the personal represen- 
tative of the estate of Jesse 
H. Daniel, deceased, and 
of the debts and demands 
against the estate have 
been filed in the Clerk's 
Office of this Court and 
that more than six months 
have elapsed since the 
qualification of the per- 
sonal representative, on 
motion of Effie Corine 
Daniel, Executrix, 

IT IS ORDERED that 
the Creditors of said 
decedent and his estate, 
and all other persons in- 
terested in said estate ap- 
pear in this Court on Sep- 
tember 10, 1^0, at 10:00 
a.m. and show cause 
against the payment and 
delivery of the estate 
without refunding bond to 
the legatee of the said 
estate. 

A copy of this Order 
shall be pulished once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia Beah 
Sun, a newspaper 
published in the city of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones. D.C. 
Alexander P. Smith. 
Smith and Owens 
250 Monticello Arcade. 
Norfolk, Virginia, 23510 
2t8/27 VB 



take 
time 
tobe 
safe, 




Cement from old tires 

A Japanese tire firm 
and a cement company 
have jointly developed a 
process that used old tires 
in the manufacture of 
cement. 

The tires are chopped 
up and put in a kiln at 
temperatures from 1.200 
to 1.500 degrees cen- 
tigrade. The carbon and 
rubber in them burn, 
while the sulfur is conver- 
ted to gypsum and the 
steel to ferric or ferrous 
oxide. 



Jobs go to women 

In 1979 nearly two- 
thirds of the 2.1 million 
new jobs in the United 
States went to women, 
says the Labor I>epar- 
tment, which thinks the 
trend seems likely to con- 
tinue. 



PEOPLE 
WHO 

KNOW... 



know whatever tfiey have 
for sale will be sold 
quickly with a Classified 
Ad! They know it 
because they've sold items 
with these well-read «ls 
before. A glance 
through the Classified 
section of today's 
newspaper will give you 
an idea of just how 
wi<fo the range of articles 
offered is each day. 
The hundreds of ads have 
been frfa^d by people 
in the know. Why not 
jwn them yourself? 
It's easy to find out just 
how suconf ul they 
CMi be . . . just look arou 
your hotm for urmsed 
items and then make a 
simple phone call to cme 
of our friendly Ad-Visors 
who will help you 
word your ad for fast 
remits! 



SUN 
CUSSIFIEDS 

486-3430 





26 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 20, 1980 



iPCBBCojiJfl mmu} Em&^mm flee 



2-Special Nolices 



REDUCE SAFE AND FAST 

with GoBcse Tablets and E-Vap 

"water pills". Great Bridge 

Pharmacy. 

2 3t8-20 

CRIME-LAWLESSNESS In- 
creasing. Matthew 24:12. Protect 
your property, self, family, the 
poor man's way. Free details - 
Security, PO. Box 4644, Nor- 
folk, Va. 23523. 
2 4t9-10 

GORILLA SHOW! Remember 
the boxing and wrestling chimps? 
A new book is just out about the 
history of thie Gorilla Show. 
Paperbacks - $13.50. Hardbacks 
- $16.00. Copies can be had (post 
paid) by sending check or money 
order (no cash or stamps please) 
to: Noell's Ark Publisher, P. O. 
Box 396, Tarpon Springs, 
Florida 33589. 80 Pages of 
Photographs! 
2 4t8-27 



6-Autom()bik's for Sale 



TOYOTA - 1978 COROLLA, 2 

door, automatic, like new, $3950 

or best offer. 497-6010. 

6 4t9-10 

PONTIAC - 1979 GRAND Prix, 
8500 miles, air conditioning, 
AM/FM stereo, all options. Like 
new, $6000. Call 499-1973. 
6 4t9-10 

PONTIAC LEMANS • 1972 

station wagon, new belted tires, 
driver's door damaged, body in 
fair condition, always reliable. 
$500. 490-2840. 
6 2t 8-27 

LINCOLN - 1975 MARK IV. 

perf«;t condition, Landau roof, 
call 480-3570, or 467-5 122. 

6 Z 4t9-10 

CARS - 1973 Capri, 4 speed, new 
inspection, very good shape, new 
paint, $1495. 1972 Pinto, hatch- 
back, $695. Volkswagon Beetle, 
1%7, 4 speed, excellent con- 
dition, new paint, $995. 853- 
7656, 853-7657. 
6 419:2 

USED CARS FOR SALE - 1973 
Ford Thunderbird, all factory 
power, runs great, $895. $500 
down. We finance, no credit 
check, DMV 6057. Owens and 
Johnson Motor Co. 547-2266. 
6 4t8-20 

USEaCAR FOR SALE • 1974 
Chevrolet Vega, automatic, $400 
down. We flnance, no credit 
check, DMV 6057. Owens and 
Johnson Motor Co. 547-2266. 
6 4t8-20 

BUICK • 1959, Classic, top con- 
dition, lots of extras, $590 or 
best offer. 481-1621 until 10 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

MUSTANG - 1966, top con- 
dition, all original parts, low 
mileage, $2000. Call 481-1621 
anytime until 10 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

73 DELTA ROYAL Oldsmobile 
- Good milage, good MPG, 
regular gas, air conditioned, 
automatic. Like new interior, 
good body. Needs tires. Make 
offer. Call 547-7261 after 7 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

lUICK LESABRE • 1977, i 
cylinder, 2 door, vinyl top, 
power brakes and steering, 
atttomatic transmission, air con- 
(fa'tkwii^ 84,000 mil». Good 
contftioa, ^500. 460-3540. 8 

$ 4t8-20 



h. Xulomobilfs tor Sale 



AMBASSADOR Station Wagon 
- 1974, very good condition, 
$650. 399-8273. 
6 4t9-2 

COUGAR - 1975, XR7, exceUent 

condition, power steering and 

brakes, 2 doors. 4^M630, 545- 

8297. 

6 4t8-20 

CHEVROLET CHPVETTE - 

19IH), 4 spped, AM radio, great 
gas milage, best offer. 587-5435 
after 5 p.m. . 
.6 4t8-20 

PINTO STATION WAGON - 

1976, air conditioned, power 
brakes, power steering, 
automatic transmission, 6 cylin- 
der, luggage rack, dark brown, 
excellent condition, $2795. 340- 
8793. 

6 4^ 

HONDA - CVCC 1976. very 
clean, AM radio, good gas 
mileage, excellent condition, 
$2300. Call 627-1972. 
6 2t8-20 

CADILLAC - 1973. Coupe 

DeVille, very good condition, 

62,000 miles, $1400 or best offer. 

480-1960. 

6 4t8-27 



"^-TrutLs- 1 raiiers-Jeeps 



DODGE TRUCK — 1973, 
Custom 300, 1V4 tons dump, 
needs work, $1750. 467-1900 
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

7 4t8-20 

FORD TRUCK - 1976, F-250. 8 
cylinder, standard transmission, 
power steering and brakes. 420- 
4630, 545-8297. 
7 418-20 



VOLKSWAGEN 


VAN - 


1973. 


good 


condition. 


$1995 


543- 


6253. 








7 


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4t8-20 



JEEP WAGONEER LTD. - 

1980, low mites, AM/FM stereo 
tape, electric windows and door 
locks, air conditioned, free 
locking front hubs, power 
steering and brakes. 461-5104. 
7_ 2t8-27 

TOYOTA • 1977 SR5 pick-up 

truck. 46,000 miels. must sell. 

427-1508. 

7 4t9-10 

DODGE CUSTOMIZED VAN • 

1977. black metallic paint, 5 
mags, custom interior, very 
clean, must sell. $3950 or best of- 
fer. Call Mike, 547-5820. 
7 4t8-20 



X \iiln Purls, Hi 



VEGA PARTS - 1072 sedan and 
1974 station wagon. Cheap! Call 
547-4848 after 5 on weekdays 
and anytime weekends. 
8 4t9-2 



9-V1(>l<>rc\cU's-Si.H»tcrs 



HONDA - 1977, CR 125, like 
new. $750 or^ best offer; 547- 

0873. 

9 4t8-20 

MOPEDS • Puch Newport L, 
black and white, and Puch Maxi- 
Sport, olive green, never been 
run. Over 100 mila per gallon. 

460-3501. 

9 4t8-20 

HONDA . 1979, CX 500 
Custom, silhouette windshield, 
crash bar, sissy bar, rack, .and 
cruise control. $1800. Call 490- 
0048 anytime. 
9 - " 4t«-2T 



■U's-Sc(Mtli'rs 



HONDA MOTORCYCLES 

1978 XL 75. $600. Z50, $400. 
Z50, $375. Under 100 miles, like 
new, 495-0016, 495-0993. 
Q 4t9-2 

YAMAHA • 1978 llOOXS, King 
and Queen seat. Excellent con- 
dition, under warrenty, ^u^e 
kept. Has to be seen to be ap- 
preciated. $2950, 466-1001. 
9 4t9-2 



1 l-Bo;^l^-Marint' Siippjits 



INTERLAKE • 1973 IN- 
TERLAKE sailboat, 18', equip- 
ped for racing. Boston sails, with 
Pamco trailer, very good con- 
dition. $2100. Call after 6. 422- 
2742. 
U 8tlO-8 

SEA RAY • 1978, 19', 198 hor- 
sepower Mercruiser motor, ex- 
cellent condition. Comes with E- 
Z Loader trailer, all fully equip- 
ped, S6SO0 or best offer. 460- 
3237, 464-9680. 
n 4t9-10 

SLOOP - CUSTOM BUILT 26' 

sailboat, fully equipped for 
cruising, spacious interior, ac- 
comodates 4, very good con- 
dition, ready to sail, priced, to 
sell. $8700, 426-7625, 426-6277. 
n 6t9-24 

STARCRAFT • 19 FOOT boat, 
40 horsepower Johnson motor, 
completely equii^sed, comes with 
trailer, ready to go, 499-4487. 
n 4t9-10 

GRADY WHITE - 19' Angler, 
140 OMC inboard-outboard, 
fuUy equi{^)ed, long galvanized 
trailer. 467-3990. 
U 4t8-20 

LYMAN • 26' inboard, 1978 
model, sleeps 3, exceUent Ashing 
boat for bay and day cruiser. 
Less than 200 hours. Special 
price, S13.S00. 393-6049. 
II 4t8-20 

CHAPARRAL • 244 (24'). 
Bought new last season. 
Economical Mo'cruiser inboard- 
outboard. Loaded with options. 
Sharp, kept in dry storage, wHl 
demonstrate. Call 722-7331 
(Hampton). 
11 4t8-27 

SEA RAY - 1978, 19', 198 horse- 
power Mercury inboard - out- 
board, full instrumentation, dep- 
th finder, etc. Excellent con- 
dition, $7500. 427-2016. 
n 2t8-20 

WINNER - 1973, 120 horse- 
power inboard - outboard, trailer 
included. Good condition, 
$3000. 497-1087 days, 486-3658 
nights. 
U 419^2 

LONG BOAT TRAILER - 

Capacity up to 19 feet, very good 
condition, $450. Call 497-4920. 
11 4t9-3 



I. V Help Wanted 



ADVERTISING PRO to work 
with Chesapeake and Virginia 
Beach weekly newspapers. 
Salary. Write Norris Bly, 1000 
Armory Drive, Franklin, Va. 

23851. 

TF-8-20 

H<»IEWOEIttaK EARN $l«i 

weekly addressing envelopes. 
Send stampwl wlf-addresswJ en- 
velope. Swinn Enterprise Croxei, 

V». 22932. 

...iy.. 218-27 



13-Melp Warmd 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTI9NG • 

If you are looking for a job that 
is challenging and rewarding, we 
ahve a position that may interest 
you. You will work in our 
classified advertising dq>artment 
at our office on Rosancmt Road, 
Virginia Beach. We provide a 
paid on-the-job training period, 
and you must provide good 
typing, good spelling ability, 
legible handwriting and an in- 
telligent willingness to learn. If 
you think you would enjoy 
dealing with the public by 
telephone, call Mildred Singco, 
547-4571. This is a fuUtime 
salaried position with Byerly 
Publications, publishers of the' 
Chesapeake Post and the 
Virginia Beach Sun. 
TF-8-20 

EXTRA MONEY • LOOKING 

for a way to earn money for 
yourself and your family, 
working on your own time at 
your own pace? Byerly 
Publications will provide up to 
$2,500 in cash to qualified in- 
dividuals living in Chesapeake 
who are willing to devote a mon- 
th or more to a special subscrip- 
tion campaign. For complete 
details, stop by the Chesaprake 
Post office at 1024 BatUefield 
Kvd., or call Dan Conlon, 547- 
4571. 

TF-8-20 

RBCZFIIONIST/ffiOtETARY 

Full time position with a national 
trade pubUcation opening new 
office in Chesa|)eake. Must have 
good personality, good phone 
voice, and be able to operate 
phone switching console. Must 
type. Will begin work last week 
in August. Call Charia Immor- 
dino at 547-5181. Will interview 
August 27th and 28th. 
13 2t8-27 



PAINTER • Looking for em- 
ployement. Free atimates, call 
Mr. Artes Parker at 622-2078. 
14 4t9-2 




22-l)oys-( ats.and Pets 



SILKY TERRIER - AKC 

registered, female puppy, non- 
shedding toy breed, champion- 
ship bloodlines. $350. 482-2319. 
22 4t8-20 

GERMAN SHI7HERD Pup- 
pies • AKC registCTed, champion 
sired, wormed, all shots, bred for 
hips and tonperament. Dam has 
CDX. Sable, black and tan. 853- 
2820. 
22 4t9-2 

BEAGLE - AKC Registered male 

3 years old. $50 547-4849 After 5 

p.m. 

22 4t8-20 

ENGUSH SPRINGER Spaniels 
• AKC registered puppies, 
whelped June 22, and wormed. 
Black and white, liver and white, 
$150 each. Tri-colored, $250 
each. 429-31 14. 
22 4t9-2 

DOGS - Basset Hound, 1 year 

old female, red and white, $100. 

Chow, AKC registered, female, 

blue. 4 months old, $200. 583- 

1990. 

22 4t9-2 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies • AKC registered, all ages, 
health and temperament guaran- 
teed. Champion sired, terms 
available. Pri(xs start at $130. 
488-8085 anytime. 
22 4t8-27 

BRITTANY SPANIEL puppies - 
AKC r^steied, 4 males. 5 weeks 
old, $100 each. 490-3067. 
22 4t8-27 



:4-H(»rsr>-( .Hill' ect, 



MORGAN HORSES • Family 
show/Pleasure. 3 weanlings, 1 
yearling, mare 7 yuLts, brood 
mare 10 years, ki Morgan mare 
13 years, $600 and up. Saddle, 
$125; Cart, $150; Harness, $200. 
426-2250. 
24 4t8-20 



25- AriiiliN lor "^ak 



HAVE A HIGHLY Profitable 
and beautiful Jean ^<^ of your 
own. Featuring the latest in 
Jeans, Denims and Sportswear. 
$16,500.00 includes beginning 
inventory, fixtures and training. 
You may have your store open in 
as little as 15 days. Call any time 
for Mr. Higgins 817-282-0764. 
15 2t8-21 



I9-Inslrut'li(>n (lasses 



RACQUETBALL • Easy to learn 
and fun to play. Free lessons - 
The Ace of Clubs at Greenbrier. 
CaU 424-7644 for free brochure. 
19 4t8-20 



21-PriNaU' lnslruili»»n 



GUITAR LESSONS 
CLASSICAL, folk, modern. 
Music theory and harmony. 
Learn to play solo guitar or 
strumming ami picking for ac- 
companiment. 481-3576, Pet«". 
21 4t9-10 

VIOUN AND PIANO Lessons - 
Including music theory, given to 
students of all levels by highly 
qualified tMCher. 424-3433, 424- 

2957. 

21 8t9.17 

-n»aoiiTO-n»aoN- 

HmT • Oa! -T«« •»* ▼••W 
LOCAL N« 



FIRST TIME OFFERED — 

••California Girl", Painting by 

Anthony Cacalano, dated 1964; 

This 4' square cwivas won't fit 

new residence. $600 Serious 

inquiries only, l^ave message for 

J.P.,4»>-6330. 

25 4t8-20 

CENTRAL AIR Conditioning 
.system - GE, 2 ton, complete, 
furnace included. $400. 467- 
3990. 
25 4t8-20 

PERSONALIZED "Caricature" 
Christmas Cards, or Note Cards 
- Give Something Original. Your 
caricature made from any of 
your photographs submitted, 
(they will be retunwd to you with 
cards). Delivery six weeks. Cards 
will be printed in one color ink 
on colored paper with matching 
envelopes. 414 x 5'/4, with 
caricature on front side and 
Christmw message inside. (You 
can get blank inside with no ad- 
ditional charge or your message 
for additional $10.00). Any 
quantity can be printni, ask for 
quotations. Call 627-5810. 
25 4t8-27 

DINING ROOM SUTTE • Oak 

Tabte and Chairs. 6 chain, china 
aibinet, and server. 2 brass cof- 
fee tables, brass plated double 
bed h^uibmu'd.tMc plant stand. 
421-2245. 
25 4t8-M 



2.'^-\rtitU's for '^uU' 



CALORIC ELECTRIC 
RANGE- 30 inch electric range, 
self-cleaning, with hood, fi-ee 
standing, Coppertoiw with clock 
and tim«-. One ynr old, Hke 
new. $300. 340-2SS2. 

25 4t9-10 

APPLIANCES • GENERAL 
Electric washer/dryer, $80. 
Kenmore washo^, $75 and Ken- 
more Dryer, $75. 2 electric 
stoves, $75 each. 5 apartment 
sized gas stoves, $50 each. 
General Electric refrigerator, 
$80. Coldspot refrigerator, $50. 
Call 543-3802. 
25 4t9-10 

UONEL TRAINS • American 
Flyer, some H-O gauge, will sell 
or trade. 583'-0678. 
25 4t9-10 

CHESS SET • HAND carved 
(Anri) wood chess set with 
alabaster and brass table. 
Original oil paintings, also 6 foot 
siWer rubbing framed. 497-6066. 

25 4t9-10 

REFRIGERATOR • SEARS 17 
cubic foot frost-free 
refrigerator/frwzer. Copper- 
tone, like new, extra clean, $225. 
Can help deliver - 487-3290. 
25 4t9-10 

DINING ROOM SETS - Light 
Mai^e dining room set, 6 chairs, 
$150. I^k Maple dining room 
set, 4 chairs, $225. Cornor chest, 
$25, Signature sewing machine, 
$70, exceUent condition. 467- 
2926. 
25 4t8-27 

REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER - 

Automatic defrost, 2 doors, 
5225. Apartment sized 
refrigerator, $150. Automatic 
washer, SI 25. Automatic dryer, 
$100. AU in v^ good roodition. 
Can 393-1110 between 10 a.m. 
and6p.m. 
75 8-27 

USED REFRIGERATORS for 

sale - CaU 481-2208 for infor- 
mation. 
25 4t8-27 

MINK COAT - Pure white, 
called Glacial, wakk length, per- 
fect condition, $2500. Phone 

62M203. 

25 4t8-27 

MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE • 

Headboard, box sprinp, dresser, 
and mirrm-.. chest, and 2 night 
stands. All for $200. CaU after 5, 
484-2903. . 

4t8-27 ' 



25 



26-Anliqucs 



BOTTLE COLLECTION - Jim 

Beam bottles, dated late 1960's 

to early 1970's, $5 each. 497- 

2553. 

26 4t9-2 

ANTIQUE BUTTER CHURN • 

AU wooden churn, good con- 
dition, a collector's item! Asking 
$225. CaU 497-2478. 
26 4t9-10 



2H-(iarai»e Rummage sale 



PARIS STREET FLEA market - 
open Thurs.-Sun., 10-6. Come 
on in and browse round! 8 dif- 
ferent shops. 3450 Azalea Gar- 
den Rd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



2<>-S\ankd lo Bu% 



WE BUY REFRIGERATORS • 

Non-working and used 

refri^ators, 481-2208. 

29 4t8-27 



Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday, August 20, 1980 27 



\D\iwmm mmiu Btfleecpf GE 



30- Musical MtrilnimliM- 



FLUTE . BUNDY flute, Key of 
C, newly serviced, new key pads, 
$173. 487-0916. 

30 4t9-10 

ALTO SAXOPHONE • Like 
new, leather case, $400. 425- 
0434. 

30 4«.ao 



U ( oin^ ;ui<l ^^lariips 



NORVIEW • RARE COINS. 

Norfolk's most complete. Buy, 
sell, trade. Buying silver cdns. 
42 Southern Shopping Center, 
Norfolk. 853-8118. 
31 CBDTF 



35-hiuii anil (.ardon 



TOP SOIL - From Greenbrier 

area. You pick up or we will 

deliver. Top grade soil. 547- 

0374. 

35 4t9-10 

GROW ANYTHINGI - "Green 

Thumb Principle." You too can 

have a green thumb. Send S2.98 

to Green Thumb, P. O. Box 

4357, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 

23454. 

35 8t9-|7 



37-Ma(hiru'r\- IcmjIs 



SENCO AIR TRIM GUN • $400. 
Used shop vacuum, $25. Used 
Milwaukee sawsall, $100. Elec- 
tric impact wrench, $100. 2 ton 
Come - Along, $75. All like new. 
486-3656. 
37 .. Jt8-27 

3 HILTI SCREW GUNS • $100. 
2 Leather safety hameiics, $25 
each. Ramset gu|i with box, 
$150. Arrow hammer tacker, 
$25. Senco P sUpld-, $130. AU 
have nevet been used. 486-3636. 
37 4t8-27 

BACKROE FRONT END 

Loado' • Massey-FerguKm TO. 
Good condition, $10,000 
negotiable. 423<1200. 

37 4t9-\0 

DEGREASER AND OIL 
Purifier - Degreaser Model 208- 
500S, (Soniclnn) tingle tank, 
spray type. Mfg-Detrex, $700. 
Oil Purifier-DeLaval, unimaUc, 
Model 55-14, 2 horsepower 
motor, $500. 625-6663. 
12 4t9-10 

UPHOLSTERY MACHINE 

lllWExcellent condition. $430. 

CaU 397-4413 - 9 a.m. to 5:30 

p.m. 

37 4t8-27 

SEWING MACHINE HEAVY 

Duty. ExceUent condition $400. 

Call 397-4413. 9 a.m. to 5:30 

p.m. 

37 418-27 



.^S-Htisiiu'ss 



NURSERY SCHOOL EQUIP- 
MENT — All in good condition. 
Call 420-9219. 

38 4t9-10 

CASH REGISTERS • We have 
15 used electric cash r^^iien, all 
NCR modek, will take best of- 
fer. Conuct Mr. Marks at 461- 
1721. 
38^ 4t9-10 

CASH REGISTERS • p NCR 

6075-M registers. S250 each. 
Make an off«- for all thrM. Call 
Lee Banks at 587-6128. 
38 4t8-27 

ALL TYPES, NEW AND used 
restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equiprpent Company. 
1008 Granby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



-VMV-liulio 



STER^ .. Soundesign, 
AM/FM, 8 track, Tumubic, 2 
speakers, excellent condition, 
S200 or best offer. 588-2305 
anytime. 

^^ 4t9-2 

MAGNAVOX COLOR TV . 21 

inch diagonal screen, $150. Call 

588-5935. 

39 4t9.3 



4()Mohili' Hoiiu's tor Sak' 



DORAL MOBILE HOME • 

1976, 60' X 24*, 3 bedroom, den, 
(Uning room, skirted, am remain 
on lot. 487-5464. 
40 4t9-10 

BEAUTIFUL LIVING Alter- 
native • Oceana - Dam Neck 
nearby. 24 ft. x 60 ft. double 
wide "Derby Run." Has 
everything, excellent condition. 
Clear title. Visits welcome. Call 
425-8353. 
40 4t8-20 

FLAMINGO MOBILE HOME • 

1974, 12* X 70', 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, air conditioning, car- 
peted, washer, -dryer, , 
refrigerator, stove, excellent 
condition, $8500. 480-2732. 
40 4t9;^2 

EMERALD PARK - Mobile 
Home 1970, 12* x 60', 2 
b«lrooms, stove, washer, dryer, 
and 2 air conditioners. $4500 or 
best offer. 421-9417. 
<0 4t8-20 

HOMETTE MOBILE HOME - 

1972 12 X TO ft. Central Air Con- 
ditioning. Partially furnished. 
Oil tank included. Shown by ap- 
pdntment only. 499-2384. 
40 4t8-20 



4"" H< Ml M^ 



CHESAPEAKE • Lovely brick 
ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
large den with fireplace, central 
air, fenc«l yud, la^ jmtio. By 
owner, 420-5365 or 547-53 18. 
47 4t9-3 



^^-Hus. V 



DO YOU WANT THE BEST? 

For Rent - Airport Industrial 
Park. 900 to 16,000 square feet, 
office with or without 
warehouse. 460-3501. 466-7188. 
55 4t8-20 



(•3-1 niN tor suU' 



CHESAPEAKE • Homestead 
acres. Large lot, ova- VS acre 
with trees. $16.750. 482-1580. 

63 4t8-20 

DO YOU WANT THE BEST? - 

Azalea Ovden RMd at Lake 
Whitehurst. Wooded, 4 to 
choose from, by owner. 460-3501 
days, 466-7188 nights. 
63 4t8-20 



h(}-( ainpiTs 



PROWLER • Like new. 17Vi ft. 
trailer, used 3 times. Large 
Refrigerator, stove, oven. Roof 
air Conditioner. $3295. With 
1975 Ford LTD. Complete 
package $5500. 3017 Illinois 
Avenu^rNorfolk, 853-2793. 
66 4t8-20 



"'I siTN ill's Otttrcil 



BABY9TTERS: Day. evening, 
nights, overnights; weekly or 
hourly rates; your house or sit- 
ters; No age Umit. Chesapwke 
Townhouses Ar«i on Geneva 
Ave. Phones: 485-4147 or 485- 
5129. 
71 4t9-3 



I StTMU's Otfert'cf 



Money problems? Sub- 
stantial inrome. Legal, ethi«il, 
honest. Information describes 
program. Send self-addressed 
stamped envdope, plus 30t han- 
dUng-to: Baker Enterprises, Box 
236A, Franklin Va. 23831. ^ 
71 4t8-27 

PAINTER - EXPERIENCED - 

FREE estimates. Interior, ex- 
twiw, touch-ups. You name it - 1 
do it! RMSonalbe rates. Call 
Mike at 482-3224. anytime. 
71 4t8-20 

TYPING • ALL KINDS, IBM 

Selectric, 7 days a week, 428- 

5240 anytime. Services for small 

businesses, term papers, 

resumes, manuscripts, 

proposals. 

71 4t8-27 

WILL PICK UP - any unwanted 
Kenmore or Whirlpool washer. 
486-4098. 

71 4t8-27 

AUTO CRUSHERS • Al Junk 
Car Removers. All cars towed 
away free, top dollar paid! Fast 
Service, 487-9222. 
71 TF8-5 

WILL BABYSIT - In my home, 
Pembroke area, ages 2 to 4 years, 
Monday through Friday. 497- 
1230. 

Zi___ 419:^2 

I WILL BABYSIT - In my home, 
Monday through Friday, ages 3 
and up. Experienced mother, 
fenced yard, 857-6458. 
7* • 4t9-2 

WILL DO BABYSITTING • In 

my hOTie, weekdays. Experien- 
ced sitter, certificate. 622-2078. 
II 4t9.2 

NEWSPAPER PRINTING • 

^^ecial prfea for compiling 
and/or printing tabloid 
newspapos and drculars. Call 
Mildred Singco for infcwmation, 
547-4571. 
TF-8-20 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man, the smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior pain- 
Ung. 424-4687. 
71 TFCDB 

FIREPLACE SPEaAUST will 
build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2ll5, 2-5 p.m. 
71 CDBTF 



-Sirviii-N Otltri-d 



SONSHINE DAY CARE - We 

win be accepting applications un- 
til September 1st. Ages 2 - 5 
yean, 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Hot 
moOs, daily activities full w i»rt 
Ume. Bow Creek area, Virginia 
Beach. 587-8230. 
71 318-27 



titlKK CAP$-4IEW 

FROM $I69.9S 

Junior Suttle 



Gto. WMhIfKrton 
. T«kt 17 Ni 
VISA & Mastw 



a Canal Or. 
on 1.44 

4*5-3700 



mAm 



I RETAIL APPAREL SHOP 
■OPEN VOIJR OWN retail ap 
Iparcl shop. Offer the latest in 
jeans, denims and sportswear. 
$14,850.00 includes inventory, 
fixiurcs, etc. Complete Store! 
Open in as little as 2 weeks 
anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infan- 
ts and childrens shop). Call SUE, 
TOLL FREE 1-800-874-4780. 



INSTRUCTION 



LEARN TO DRIVE 
TRACTOR ^^ 
TRAILER i 



NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED 

We train MEN and WOMEN. 
No need to quit present job 
FULL or PART TIME training. 

For More Intormaiion Call Anytime 



Revco Tractor Trailer Training Inc 



VA. BEACH 
804-489-3707 







GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

Homes & Custom 

Builders 

SALES OFFICE 

333 ProvMence Rd. 

CALL 464-9317 



ARMY 




(XITING BACK Mtr OFIDUR 
ONUXMCES MtrOFIDURTIME. 



Just 16 hours a month and two additional weeks a year, to be 
exact. That's how much time you'll serve each year with your l«ical 
Arniy Reserve unit. And for serving part-time, you'll get back part 
of your valuable Army benefits. Like low-oist life insurance. I*X 
privileges. And retirement pay for qualifying service. Plus, you may 
start at your old pay grade, depending on unit vaamcies and the 
length of the time you've been out of the service. For details, pmlact 
your Army Representative, listed in the Yellr»w Pages under 
"Recruiting'.' 





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CUSSIFIED CLIPPER 

4wMkienly »9.60 * 

th« fourth w««k If 

FREE 

...for 90 words In mcIi lituo or tho 
Virslnia Boach SUN 

Something you need, or want to sell? 
A SUN classified ad is the best way to 
reach the most people in the region, 
and at the lowest cost. Just clip, fiU 
out and mail this handy form. 

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138 Rot oiiiont Rood 

Vlrjlnia Boach, Virginia 93451 

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28 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 20, 1980 




Sandcastle classic set 



The seventh annual Sandcastle Qassic, sponsored by 
Sir Galahad Realty, will be held on Sunday, Sept. 28, in 
conjunction with the 1980 Virginia Beach Neptune 
Festival. 

Teams from any business organization, civic organi- 
zation or miscellaneous groups are invited to partici- 
pate. Professional entries (architects, engineers and 
builders) are required to pay an entry fee. 

Entries will be judged in professional and amateur v. 
catagories with the winner receiving the coveted 
"Silver Sand Pail Award" and trophies to other 
winners. 

Construction will begin from 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 
with judging from 1 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and awards at 
3:00 p.m. 

Other events on the boardwalk with the Sandcastle 
Qassic will be the Heritage Day and the new Beach 
Festival. Four stages of entertainment, sporting 
events, water demonstrations, military static displays 
will also be featured. 

For more information on the Sandcastle Qassic and 
registration forms contact: Sir Galahad Realty, 463- 
0072, Lee Cohen. 



Beach Neptune Festival. 

King Neptune* will be selected by The Neptune 
Festival Committee and Advisory Committee and 
through public nominations received in the office of the 
Chamber of Canmerce, 4512 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462. 

NcHninees for King Neptune must be Beach 
residents. They must be actively engaged in business 
and/or civic iiffairs in Virginia Beach and must be 
available to participate in festival activities during the 
Festival. 



First Colonial orientation set 

First Colonial High School will hold its student 
orientation on Friday, August 22 at 9 a.m. in the First 
Colonial auditorium. All new First Colonial students arc 
welcome to attend. 

For more information, please contact First Colonial 
High School at 481-2111. 



Help select King Neptune 

NcHninations are qpen for King Neptune VII. 
The Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce, and the 
City of Virginia Beach are sponsors of the Virginia 



Tabernacle hosts round-up 

The church yard at Tabernacle United Methodist will 
be the scene of country and western music and a variety 
of foods on Saturday, August 23, from 4 to 8 p.m. 

Fried chicken, barbecue and country ham biscuits 
head the list, with other items to choose from. 

A local band from the Back Bay area, the "Justus 
Edition" will play from 4 to 6:30 p.m. 

The church is located at 1265 Sandbridge Road and 



the pastor of the church is William F. McMahan. 
Call 426-6587 for more information. 



Boating safety course set 

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 57 in Virginia 
Beach will begin a "power boat" boating safety and 
seamanship 13 lesson course at Cm Hgh School 
cafeteria, located on Great Neck Road, on "Hiesday 
mght, September 9, at 7:30 p.m. each Tuesday and 
Thursday evening for 13 nights. 

Registration for these free courses begins at 7:00 
p.m. on the above dates. The only cost is for a text and 
work book. 



Einstein at planetarium 

The Virginia Beach Qty Public School's planetarium 
show for September will be "The Universe of Dr. 
Einstein." 

The program will be presented Sundays, Sept. 7, 14, 
21, and 28 from 7 to 8 p.m.; and cm Tuesdays, 
September 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 at the same time. 

Call 486-1971 for reservations. 




For more complete forecast, read indications for your 
Ascendant sign plus Birth sign. To find your Ascendant 
sign, count ahead from Birth sign the number of ^gns^ 
indioted. 



Time of Birth 

4 to 6 a.m. 

6 to 8 a.m. 

8 to 10 a.m. 

10 to Noon 
. Noon to 2 p.m. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 6 p.m. . 

6 to 8 p.m. 

8 to 10 p.m. 

10 to Midnight 

Midnight to 2 a.m. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



PnMMe Ascendaat Is: 

Same as birth sign 
Fim sign following 

Second sign following 
Third sign following 

Fourth sign following 
Fifth sign following 
Sixth si^ following 

Seventh sign foUcmihg 

Eighth sip following 

Ninth sign following 

Tenth sign following 

Eleventh sign following 



For week of Avg. 2o . 27 



ARIES: (Marck 21 to April 
19 — Also Aries Aseeadamt) 

— Take care of any health 
^tters that need attention 
.and get plmty of rest Asso-, 
ites are cooperative ami 
iwork is the key. Use 
inventiveness in »>lving 
ems at work. A new ro- 
itic interest is possible. 
[TAURUS: (April 20 to May 
— AJm TtMrm A^ei^- 
I) — Spend the holiday at 
seeking peace and 
J't let your tempcnr 
minor irritatioi^ 
IMAh at work and at 
)e. Later in. the week 
creativity ot the job 
bring financial in- 



G0MINI: (May 21 to Jnie 
20 — Also Gemhii Ascend- 
ant) — Pamper ^Hirself the 
hoUday weetend — take it 
easy. Forget about financial 
im^itments just now. Yonre 
in no petition to risk moi^y 
3WI may not have. Achieve- 
mes)i& at w<xtk wilt get tl» 
attention of superiors. 

CMKmu (Jane 21 to Jaly 

22 — Aho OuKer AseeM- 

aat) — If feeflta^ moody and 

d^i^^, b^ter check up 

OB yam health a^ late care 

^ nuMos that mM Mitm- 

t^. TMap fl^iy benUttle 

stow at wmK fm doo*t ^^ 

off." Find some routine 

f^mm that m^ cstclring 



LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — 
Also Leo .^cendant) — In- 
clude the family in holiday 
activities and l^ sympathet- 
ic to tl^ir probtens. Not the 
tinne to loan mmiey or spend 
what will be needCMl to pay 
bills later on. keep a low 
profile for iww — your turn 
comes later. 



VIRGO: (Aug. 23 t© Sept. 
22 — Also Virgo Ascendant) 

— Keep your own counsel 
now. Not the time to ask for 
favors or listen to odiers' 
schemes. Catch up on paper- 
work and routine matters. 
Later in the week there 
could be an ooportusity to 
advance your car^r. 

UBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct 22 

— Also Libra Ascendant) — 

Keep all your dealings out in 
the open — not tte time for 
secret atrangements. Wwk 
cooperatively with others in- 
stead of going it alone. Show 
self-confidence on the job. 
Guard your »vinp and set 
up a worfcabte b^^ 

SCORPIO: (Oct n to mat. 
21 - Aho ^ut^ Mmd- 
ant) — Y<w may haw to 
tighten your belt ftBMrially 
to t&s^ item «i^mve 
siNsmfiog in mt ^^ If you 
n^d a iMn to ti^ ym <wer, 
a friend cmM cmm tihrwgh 
for jnra. Start boMMititps 
are poa^^anftfr^M 



SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 
to Dee. 21 -r Abo Sagittariiif 
Asceadaat) '-^Nervous ten- 
sion could be hi^ over the 
holiday, so avoid arguments 
with family members. Clian- 
nel your energy to o-eative 
pro^sets inst^d. Wateh your 
toiK^y ntood at wwt when 
associa^ are not cot^ra- 
tive. 

CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to 
Jan. It - Abo Caprieon 
Ascendant) — You can ac- 
complish a lot of high quali- 
ty work now that could bring 
in some extra money. Work 
cooperatively with team- 
mates uistead of going it 
alone as you usually prefer. 
Business trips bring positive 
i^ults. 

ACHJARIUS: (Jan. m to 

Feb. 18 - Also Aifpariai As- 
cendant) — Take on add«I 
r^ponsibiluty at work to |^t 
the positive attaitim of m- . 
periwrs. Your creative imag- 1 
ination Is ^, so use It in i 
clever ways. Discuss budgrt 
matters with nsate «• part- 
ner ami come to ap^ioient 
on pri^ti^. 

PIS<^ (F^ It to March 
» ^ Abo 1^^ Juenteft) 

— drear o^K^tai^ ar« 
arwmi wv ani otto« «f« 
willing ten to your 

^suggestions^ Use your cre- 
ative ideas lavishly and it is 
possible to turn a hobby into ^ 
an income-producing effort. 
Romantic disagreements 
on be rnoiyttd mm. 



Ar agoha collects blood 

The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will collect 
blood on Wednesday, August 27 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the 
Aragona Moose Lodge. 

The lodge is located at 1045 South Lynnhaven Park- 
way. 



[Astrologist speaks at A.R.E. 

"A Star, A Purpose, A Path'* is the title of a lecture 

[o be given by astrologist Victoria Warner, 8 p.m., 

londay, September 1, at the A.R.E. Library and 

tMiference Onter, 67th Street and Atlantic Avenue, 

/irginia Beach. 

Admission will be charged. 



Landscapes, pastels, displayed 



§ Suzanne Stevens landscapes in charcoal and pastel 
will be on display at the Virginia Beach Arts Center 
from August 30 through Sept. 30. 

Stevens holds a master of fine arts from Goddard 
College and has been teaching at the Arts Center for 
several years. 

"Northwest Indians," an exhibiticn of 37 photogra- 
vures by Edward Curtis will also be on display during 

September. This exhibition is sponsored by the Virginia 

^each CcHnmissicm of the Arts. 



iRafting on James set 



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The Virginia Beach^ Department of Parks and 
creation will sponsor a raiting trip on the James 
vcr on September 13. 

Departure from the Virginia Beach Recreation 
ntcr/Kempsville will be 8 a.m. and return will be 8 
.m. 

The cost includes all river equipment, an experienced 
uide, a picnic lunch and transp<^ati<m from the raft 

tranpany meeting place to tl» put-in site. 

Limited space available; registration is necessary, 

pall adult services at 495-1895. 



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i4 W/^wifl BcflcA native, Mike Wareing has been lifting weights off and on ail his life, but only seriously for 
about two years. Nevertheless, he makes dumb bell pressing 65 pounds look easy. The 26 year old proprietor of 
Wareing 's Gym, Atlantic Avenue, Wareing used to live in Cocoa Beach, FL, where he was a school teacher and 
wrestling coach. "But I wanted to come back to the Beach, " he said. "This is where my family and friends are. My 
father, John, started the gym years ago. Now my brothers, Bob, Jack and Tony and myself run it. " Wareing lives 
in the resort area of the Beach, and is single. His hobbies include surfing and boxing. 



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Worrells stands between the bar and dance floor at Peabody*s. 



Beach restaurant manager 



Worrells : Not afraid of hard work 



By GREG pOLDFARB, editor 

The Virginia Beach Sun 

At the ripe young age of 22, the English born Beach 
resident Bill Worrells is the manager of one of the most 
popular nightspots at the Beach. 

He works up to 12 hours a day, seven days a week 
over the summer as the manager of Peabody's. But he 
does not complain about hours. He*s sure that hard 
work, which he is not afraid of, will gain him everything 
hewantsout of Hfe. 

•'Hard Work is where it's at," Worrells said. 

"I'll do whatever is necessary to make the club be 
successful; whether it's pumping beer; throwing out 
drunks; waiting on tables if a waitress is sick; or 
cleaning the toilets! 

"I think I have a lot of responsibility for my age. 
Managing a club the size of Peaboyd's is both a grand 
challenge, and a golden opportunity. Both of which I'm 
very thankful for, and don't intend to take for gran- 
ted." 

Part of a military family 

Worrells is the son of a military family, consequently, 
his reason for being born in Liverpool, England, His 
father, Billy, is now a retired Air Force sergeant; his 
mother, Joan, is a housewife. Worrells has three sisters, 
and one brother: Sharon, 20, a student at a local 
college, and employed with the Virginia Beach 
recreation Center/Kempsville; Debbie, 18, married and 
living in Texas; Paul, 16, a freshman at First Colonial 
High School; and Angela, 14, a seventh grader at 



Virginia Beach Junior High School. 

Worrells finished his elementary school education on 
the island of Crete, off the coast of Greece. 

"It would be a great place to spend a honeymoon . 
he recalls fondly. "It's really a pretty place." 

He attended Junior High School in Deluth, Mmn., 
and high school in Rome, N.Y. where he lettered m 
baseball, wrestling, and track. 

"I played third base; wrestled at 132 pounds; and ran 
the 440 relay and the 100 yard dash," Worrells said with 
a smile. "And just to emphasize how athletics doesn't 
necessairly mean that a students' grades have to drop, 1 
was a member of the honor roll society." 

Worrells father decided to move from New York to 
the Beach in 1979, thus causing the rising senior at 
Rome Free Academy to leave his three-year classmates, 
and athletic companions. 



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''Hard work is where it's at. 
ril do whatever is necessary to 
make the club (Peabody's) 
successful"— Worrells 



EMd he mind moving around? 
"It was nice," he said. "It'd be bad leaving your 
friends; but the only consolidation was, of course, you 



always meet new ones.' 

But before moving directly to the Beach from N. Y., 
the family paused first in Chesapeake. 

In Chesapeake, Worrells graduated from Deep Creek 
High School, where he was a member of the varisty 
wrestling team, lettering there also. 

After 12 years of school, however, Worrells decided it 
was time to Uke a break, and go to work for awhile. 

Still Irving in Chesapeake, he became a construction 
framing foreman for his uncle, MelvflPtSapps, who still 
builds homes in the largely rural city. 

Worrells worked at the job for two years, thus giving 
him the experience necessary to earn a living later in life 
if he ever found himself caught between jobs. But he left 
that occupation in pursuit of higher goals. 

"I've always known that I have a good mind," 
Worrells said, "and I wanted an occupation in which I 
could use it, and exercise it. I was tired of physical 
labor, which required more brawn than brains. The 
money wasn't bad, but it is not more than I make now." 

Moved to Beach 

Because Worrells birthday falls on October 7, he had 
graduated high school at the age of 17; so, after working 
for his uncle two years, was only 19 when he moved to 
Virginia Beach. . . 

Initially, Worrells started attending Old Dommion 
University, Norfolk, devoting his time to a double 
major, political science, and crimnology. He also 
wrestled at ODU. 

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(Continued from page 2) 

At the same time, he began working at Rogue's Club 
on Virginia Beach Boulevard as a dish washer. (Both 
Rogue's and Peabody's are owned by Beach 
businessmen Ed Ruffm and Nabil Kassir.) 

But the heavy demands on his time forced Worrells to 
quit ODU after one year, and begin a year of studies at 
the closer Beach campus of Tidewater Commumty 
College. 

"During that period of time," Worrells remembers, 
"I had an unbdievable schedule. 

*'I woke up at 6:30 a.m. to make my 8 a.m. class. 1 
continued to meet claMes until 12 noon, after which 
time, I would study from 12 to 2 p.m. Next I would Uft 
weights from 2 to 3 p.m. in preparation for wrestling 
practice i^ich went from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. 

"Then it was back home for dinner and a shower, and 
up to Rogue's by 8 p.m. to start working for the night. 
Most nights, i didn't get off until 2:30 in the morning. 
I'd go biMJk home, ^^, and be up again at 6 a.m. 
^^edieK to say, I couldn't keep that pace up for more 
than about two semesters. 

"I b^an dasses at TCC, but ran into the same 
problems allocating time between studies and my work. 
I eventuaMy quit tiiere, i^o, because I started moving 
up in the company. But I plan to finish my college 
education later. " 



WomHs involved with pontics 

Worrells was soon promoted from dishwasher to bar- 
tender after two mmiths; from bartender to assistant 
head bartender after three months; from assistant head 
bartender to bar manager after two months, and finally 
to asnstant club manager after one more month. 

Itat the best was yet to come. 

"Last April," Worrells said proudly, "Ruffin and 
Kassir offered me the job of manager of Peabody's. I 
accepted it." 

During the course of working in the food/beverage 
and entertainment business. Worrells got an oppor- 
tunity to get involved in some political lobbying in Rich- 
mond. ^, _^ 

Attending sessions of the General Assembly, as part 
of the Virginia Beach Restaurant Association's 
delegation, he found himself actively involved in the 
repeal of certain local food and drink taxes imposed on 
Beach restaurants by the Assembly. ^^ 

"The State of Virginia was making a profit. 
Worrells stated strongly, "off the taxes we were paying 
on serving food and drink. 



"What really angered us, however, is that the tax 
money the State was collecting was not going back into 
a general fund, which could then be funneled back to 
the local municipalities. They were placing the tax 
money in a special fund, like a slush fund, to be used 
however the Assembly voted. 

"The Beach restaurant association felt it was unfair 
to have to pay a tax that benefited only the Sute. and 
nobody else." 

Worrells plans to continue his present job m- 
definately, "still learning the busings, with the goal of 
opening a restaurant of my own later, ' ' he said. 

Worrells enjoys working for Nassir and Ruffin, of 
whom he said, "It's good to work for owners who are 
very active in their profession, and who keep a watchful 
eye on their investments. 

"They are very fair and conscientious; aiKi I have 
learned, and am still learning very much from them. 
They have given me an opportunity for which I'm very 
grateful." 

Been snow sklng 12 years 

Worrells 'hobbies include a girifriend from Indian 
River, n^ich he met while attending Deep Creek High, 
who now atteiMls Radford University; snow sking, 
fishing, and working out. 

"I have been a mow skiw for 12 years," Worrells 
^d looking forward to the winter months when he will 
only have to work at the most, four nights a week. 

"I work out with weights at least every other day at a 
local health spa;" he said, but I hope eventually to be 
able to work out at Wareing's gym, Virpnia Beach 
Boulevard." , , , _^ 

**rm down on drugs... if my 
employees come in messed up, 
I send them home! ''—Worrells 



But fishing is the hobby which most directly contrasts 
the fast paced style of working at the Beach during 
tourist season, and the solitude of it when they have 

gone. J • u 

"During the summer the Beach is fast paced, with a 

lot of different people doing a lot of different things," 
V^orrclls said . 

"But in the fall, winter, and spring, after they're 
gone, is when I can really kick back and enjoy myself. I 
particularly enjoy the sport fishing I do, which encom- 
passes both surf casting and pier. 




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Worrelb doesn't drlHli, but wlH marry 

Worrells does not drink. Neither does he indulge him- 
self in drup or tabaccos. 

"I'm down on drugs," Worrells said. Not only do I 
not drink or do any drugs. If any one of my employees 
come in messed up I send them home! 

"My parents had a big influence on me concemmg 
drugs and alcohol. 1 want to keep straight, and do well 
in my life. I know a lot of people come in Peabody's and 
drink, but I don't mind. I love to see people havmg a 
good time, even if they have to drink to do it. I just try 
to have a good time naturally . ' ' 

Finally, will the bachelor get married? 

"It's fate for us all." he quietly confessed. 



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Will print more garments 



announces expansion 



Peabody's. foe. a Virginia Beach conglomerate, 
whidi started as a sUk serpen T-shirt printing operation in 
r^ wiU bre^ ground August 26. \m for a new $1 
mUuin general office faciUty and garmem pnnting 
complex in Oceana West fodmtrid ^k. 

aty Ctfficals Dr. Ifenry McG^. Mayor of ^gmMi 
Beach* Mr. George Huibury. city manager; Mr. A. 
James* DcbelUs. director, (tepartment of ccooooi^ 
d^^nt; Mr. Al Oaft. c*i«in«ia». ^^T^J^^^ 
d^vetop^nt authority; Senator Joe <^»^,«^J^^ 
Jeff ^lan. senior vice president. Central F dehty 
SKl Join Peabody's owners Nabil D Kassir and 
^und C^fBn wd other guests for the event. 
The 22,000 square foot buOding will house the latest 
garment printing equipment avaUable in ti»e mdus^ 
th^ completed. It was financed by indusmri 
development bonds from the dty that were purchased 
by Central Fidelity Bank. . 

Kassir said constniction wUl begm immediately and 



the plant should be in operation by the first of the year. 

He added, "The new plant will greatly expand and 
modernized our printing operation. We will be able to 
print all types dT sports garments, handbags, hats, gym 
shorts, and paper products." 

Ruffin said the company will also sell T-shirt blanks 
wholesale at the plant. 

10 Mores in seven states 

Ruffin said Peabody's has 10 retail ouUets in seven 
sutes iaong the middle and sonth Atlantic coast aiul 
has plans to open 10 other stores this year. 

He sttd Peabody's has prelected sales of more umn 
$3 mUlion this year. . ,.^. .u 

The operation employs about 1^ people m both the 
printii« and retail outlets and has im anmial payroU of 

$600,000. . . ^»« 

Tlie groundbreaking for tiie new plant is another 
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Worrells a good boss? 

Sure, Bill Worrells thinks he's a good boss. But 
what does someone who works for him all the time 
think? 

"Bill is a great boss," said Peabody's head 
waitress and 18 month Beach resident Kim 
Lawrence, 20. 

"ke's always there when you need him," she 
said. "If I ever need a shoulder to cry on or just to 
discuss something with him he always helps. He 
always puts me in a good mood, and he always 
trusts my judgment. That means a lot." 

Lawreiu:e also said that since Worrells has been 
manager of Peabody's the number of waitresses 
she has to replace for quitting has dropped 
dramatically. 

"I think the employees Hke Bill jwetty well," 
Lawrence said. 

"It w^n't like that before Bill was mana^; 
waitress^ were always quitting. But now. Tye 
only had one quit this year. Most of us are rmA 
proud of him." 



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Spanked with what? How often? 




Ooldfarb 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor. 

The Virgifua Beach Sun 

Recently, superintcndait E. E. ftickdl sub- 
mitted a committee report to tlw Virgmia 
Beach School for approval. The rcpwt ms a 
corporal punishment policy rcvisicHi, with 
provisions. 

By a whoping nine 
to one vote the Board 
approved the report 
calling attention to 
new, stricter corporal 
punishment regula- 
tions. Regulations 
which had always 
been assumed, but 
never spelled out. 

The new policy ad- 
dr^s^ itself, basic- 
ally, to corporal pun- 
ishment before it is 
conducted and aftw it 
is concluded. It has 

no language in it relative to the punishnwnt as 
it is actually administered. 

The new policy is also vague. 

If Virginia Beach is going to actively employ 
a corporal punishment policy, it should be 
clear and complete. Beach residents should 
have to assume nothing when it comes to their 
children. 

Let's assnine, A paddle is used 

For example, we assume the spankings are 
administered with a paddle. But under the 
present policy, a student could be spanked 
with a. paddle, switch, belt, strap, rod, hand, 
stick, or whatever the spankor chooses. 

Shouldn't he have some restrictions? 

For the sake of this story, however, assume 
a student is being spanked with a paddle. The 
question here is, for how long must the stud- 
net, or^will the student be spanked? Under the 
present policy, the duration and severity of the 
spankings is undetermined. 

These decisions are left to the desgression of 
the principal or his assistant. 

Brickell says the policy is specific enough, 
and that there is not much occasion at the 
Beach to use the punishment. Maybe that b 
why Iw do^n't know how it is administered in 
Beach schools, or how long each corpor^il 
punishment session laste. 

"I came here in 1966," Brickell said, "and 
since flien I've wen a fot of Afferent probtem. 
But in Virginia Beach wc have a good stmlent 
boc^, with very little trouble compared to 
othcf systems. 

"fttf if there b my trouble which causes a 
stuctent to be corporally punished, wc r^ on 
the iMnciP^s ajid their assistants to ad- 
minister it properly. 

•Tve never been in a school office while a 
chikt was being spanked. I don't know what 
the teachor uses to do it with. I assume they use 
thdr hand, but I don't know. If a student is 
cvm hurt, though, has recourse if it can be 



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Here's What I Think About Corporal Punishment: 

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proved that the administrator used cfud and 
inhumane puBislnaent. 

"Because it is up to the admirastrator to 
administer corporal punishment, and as I said, 
I'm not there whHe it's done, I dcm't know 
how long the spankings last either. I assume 
they don't last too long. 

"These are silly, simple minded points. The 
School Board has too many policies to be that 
specific on aUx)f them. Where would we draw 
the line? 

**I don't know what the committee's 
thinking was on preparing this report. I didn't 
attend any of its meetings." 

WUI pareats be Boiified, ahrays? 

Prior to a^hnini^orlng corp(»'al pumshment» 
the new poUcy states that the administratCM' 
should make a "reasonable effort" to notify 
the parent or gaardian of the cMld. Biit acccMr^ 
dkig to Bricks, he is unsure if that means a 
phonecall, a lett^, or that anydmi^ wi^ ac- 
tually be ck>&e b^ore the iHimshment is ad- 
ministered. 

Bm:keU saya we must dso assuo^ that a 
child's mentid hei^ witt be c<»isidared before 
corporal piinibhmait is adndittstmiii, di^Knif^ 
nowhere in the policy is it written. School ad- 
ministrators are now trained child i^ycholo- 
gists? 

The polii^ also sa)^ that the administrator, 
in r^ard to corporal punishment, must have a 
witness presoit; it must be admini^ered in the 
"privacy of the principal's or assistant prin- 



cipal's office;'* and a record be kei^ of aU 
spankings. But the policy gives no proviaons 
for review if the new regulations aren't 
adho'edto. 

Jht new policy also (toesn't say that a 
parent has the power to withhold permisskm 
for c<wporal inmishment to be admhiistered to 
tMrchikl. 

« Abofoh corporal pmtfslneat 

Virginia would not be alone in abolishing 
corporal punishment entirely. Massachusetts, 
Hawaii, New Jersey, and Maine have ah-^idy 
done it; as well as all private day care centers, 
the military, and prisoiis. In addition, many 
cities and counties have abo outlawed it. 

In light of the fact tha*e is no evidence to 
prove that corporal punsihment is an effective 
behavior modifier, and it has obvious 
reprecussions later in life (see chart above) it 
should be banned in Beach »;hools. Especially 
in schools where the sopointoidaat doesn't 
even know how it's being done. 






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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 27, 1^) 5 



Chesapeake Light Race set 



By GRSO OOLDFARB, editor, 

The Virginia Beach Sun 

"We're really proud for our business to be 
involved in a community project such as the 
Second Annual Chesapeake Light Race,'* said 
race spcmsor and co-owner of Worrell Brothers 
Restaurant, Jim Johnson. 

"Most of the people putting on the race sail 
themselves, so it's only natural to put on a sailing 
race. This year, however, is special because all 
race proceeds will be donated to the St. Jude's 
Children's Hospital." 



Watch from the Beach 

The 36 mile race will take place on Saturday, 
Sept. 6. The race will begin and end at Camp 
Pendleton, which will also serve as a vantage 
point for spectatOTs. On race day, the Virginia 
Beach Jaycees will be directing free parking and 
selling concessions, T-shirts and other related 
race items. 

Over 100 muhi, and monohull boats are 
expected to ccMnpete kr this year's event, which is 
a good increase over last year's race. 

"Last year," said Johnson, "we had 58 boats 
competing, which was very good for the races' 
first year. This year, however, we will have at 
least 100 boats. The irony of it though, is that the 
registration fee increased this year frc»n $25 a 
boat last year to $50 a boat this year. We raised 
the fee to eliminate the novices, and to raise more 
money for St. Judes." 

Race co-chah-man and restaurant co-owner 
Chris Worrell said this year's race is unique 
because it allows competitive sailing to be a 
spectator sport. 

"Normally, most sailing races take place so far 
offshore the competitors are not visible from the 
shoreline," Worrell said. 

"Glut this year, the last 10 miles of the race, or 
the finishing leg of it, will come right up the 
Virginia Beach coast; starting N(»-th end and 
heading South. This way, spectators will be 
afforded the opportunity to vievt the most exciting 



part of the race while they're already out having a 
good time on the beach. 

"Since the entire race will only last four to 
seven hours, depending on the wind, we're 
looking fwward to one big day of sailing. We 
hope people tal% advantage of the free parking at 
the south end of Orowtan Beach and will play 
volleyball and frisbee while waiting for the boats 



to come m. 



Jaycees involved 



Carl Farris, Virginia Beach Jaycee and race 
committee member said the Jaycee 's participa- 
tion in the race marks the end of the Jaycees 
summer programming; and promotes the organi- 
zation's basic goals and objectives. 

"For the Jaycees," Farris said, "The race 
symbolizes the' end of the youth and community 
oriented summer programs. It also ties in with the 
purpcxse of the non-profit chapter. That is, raising 
money for a wwthwhile goal, such as St. Jude's. 

"The race will be good for the community 
because, whereas the Worrell 1000 sailing race 
started out local and now has gained national, if 
not international recognition for Virginia Beach, 
the Chesapeake Liglit Race, has the same 
potential. 

"The race is a ncm-profit event just as the 
Jaycees are a non-profit organization. We hope to 
be able to donate at least $5,000 to the children's 
hospital. The Jaycees as a group will assist the 
race in any way possible on the day of ^he race." 

Helping to promote the race for Johnson and 
Worrell is Paige Beal, a promotions director for a 
local radio stati(m. 

"My station is invdved with riie event," Beal 
said, "f(W several reascms., ' 

"We will be broadcasting from the beach on 
race day. 

"But we also feel that the Chesapeake Light 
Race is a worthwhile event because money will be 
donated to a worthy cause; and it is good for the 
radio station to get involved in a community event 
that is produced so well. 

"I know the Jaycees are a thorough organiza- 
ti<»i and that they'll come through with what they 
say they'll do. I think it will be a great race, and I 



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A monohull 



enjoy very much working with the sjXMisors." 

Last year's Chesapeake Light Race winner, 
and returning champion, is Stan Dobson. His 
monohull crew ccmsisted of GordcHi Edwards, 
Steve Dobs(Hi, Warren Annaccone, and Bill 
Moline. Multi-hull winner was Carl Early, with 
mate Frankee Love. 

Register at Woirel's 

Those interested in competing in this year's 
race have until Saturday, August 30 to sign up at 
Wwrell Brother's, cm Atlantic Avenue. 



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Princess Anne Road; False Cape 

Beach highway news ; plans 



The State Highway and Transportation Commission 
Thursday approved plans for a new location for part of 
Princess Anne Itoad (VA 165) in Vi^inia Beach. 

Involved in the project is the 1.6 - mile stretch of 
Princess Anne Road between Edwin Drive and Windsor 
Oaks Boulevwtl. 

At a publk; Iwaring in June, two locations were 
presented. The connnission approved line 2, (sec 
iU«stratioii)iAK* had received the most support at the 
hearing. TWs plan utilizes the existing road from Edwm 
Drive to the Ffanover Drive area, with widemn| 
planned on the north side. 

From Hanover Drive to Salem Road there will be a 
jamor relocation to the north of the lasting road. Thi| 
will cmtrmt to an intersection with Salem Ro^ where 
tl^ new road will overlap Princess Anne Road to 
Windsor Oaks Boulevard. Tbis will provide safer and 
better access to the CkUops Farm' Inaval hdusmg 
development, located north of existmg Princess Anne 

Road. J.I 

Tlic opening of the navy housing develojmient, along 



with the Carper i^)artments on both sides of Windsor 
Oaks Boulevard, has increased traffic using this portion 
of Princess Aniie Road to a point where the road is 
nearing its capachy. 

The new stretch of Toad will have two traffic lanes in 
each direction, with a 16-foot grass median. Curb, 
gutter and a sidewalk will be placed on each side of the 
road. 

Between 16,000 and 20,000 vehicles use tN 1 .6-mile 
stretch <)f Rincess ^me Road between Edwin Drive 
and Windsor Oaks Road each day. By the year 2000, 
traffic is predicted to be between 29,700 and 40,000 
vehicles a day. 

The prbjeet is anticipated to cost $3,830,600. Since it 
was requested by the liavy and q^proved by the Federal 
(fighway Admimstration, it will be finamed by federal 
defense access funds and the city of Virginia Beach. 

A public hearing on design features will be held 
befo^ construction begins. 



Fabe Cape bHwway 

An allocation of $75,000 m recreational access funds 
was approved Thursday by the State Highway and 
Transportation Commission for a bikeway in False Cape 
State Park in the Oty of Virginia Beach. 

The proposed bikeway access would link tin: park's 
contact station, located near the park's northern 
boundary, with the main park headquarters. It will be 
3.2 miles long and cost an estimated $125,000. 

The award was nna(te contingent upon the Division of 
State Parks granting the necessary right-of-way and 
matching on a dollar-for-dollar basis $25,000 rf the 
recreational access fund allocation for a total fiind of 
$100,000. 

The parks division also agreed to provide for idl cos^ 
in excess of the $100^000 available frony the recreatiomy 
acess allocation ami the matching fund and to as^n^ 
responsibility of the nmmtenanee of the bikeway after 
constt'uctioi. 

The Commissi(xi of Outdoor Recreation concurred in 
the recommendation for the funds. 



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City Council news 



$22.9 million approved for highways 



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ByLEECAHILL 

Sm City Couodl corrcqxMdott 

Opposition to Virginia Beach's |»-oposed $46 mfllkii 
water and sewer bond Bsue surfiiced eaity when 
Cbuocilwoman Reba McQanan Monday evening voted 
against the bond authorizittiott. 

McOaaan (fid, however, vote for the $22.9 mfflion 
bond issue for h^hwiqf rnqvovtments. 

The issues will be placed on a refeiendinn on the 
Nov. 4 ballot. 

McOanan said that there are **unresolved thmgs" 
from the $39.9 million bond issue which was iqiprowed 
by referendum in 1977. McOanan said dutt she was 
I^Ysidem of the Cdondl of Qvic Oiganizittions at the 
time and had requited infonnatin from PiMic 
Utilities director Aubrey Watts. "Watts said be would 
keep us up to date on whitt was done with the money 
and he did not do so," she s$ad. 

Council presented no opposition to the 1977 issue 
afthough Coundlwonian Meryera Obemdorf, of the 1 1 
Council members, c»t the sole negative vote on the 
motion. She said she supported the refercKlum but 
preferred i^adng it on the general electkn baUot in 
hiovember rather than on the June 14 baOot. 

Hie vote on the witter and sewer bond issue was 9-1 
and on the road bonds lO-coundhnan Oarence A. 
Holland was absent. The second re^iii^ was schedufed 
for a special meetii^ on Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. 

Councilman Donald Merr^ said that the dty 
prepared an annual aiKiit report for the public on the 
bond expenditures. 

Councilman Reid Ervin maintained, '*We spent the 
money as we saki we would." 

Merrick said he was convinced that "everything was 
spent exactfy as wt sakl." 

Coundlwonian Meyera Obemdorf said that "if the 
referendum is passed, I would not want it under a 
cloud." 

Ervin said he hoped Mrs. K^Qanan would 
reconsider because "we i^ed ytfia help in selling these 
bonds." 

Mrs. McOanan said she had to be rea&tic and the 
aoKXint requested was "entirely too much." 

Coimdtaian John A. Banm said the General 
Assembly has forced the dty to finance projects in this 
n^ because of restraints on bonding authority. 

KkCUuian retorted that the restraints were m the dty 
charter whkA Coundl apfMroved. 

Coundlman Patrick L Standing said that eadi year 
Coundl has requested the General Assembly to change 
the charter. He said that maybe he shouUI vote no too, 
so that tbe General Assembly would have to do 
something. The last time we ^tftrc told that if we (dkln't 
furnish the improvements) the jiKlge would make us." 

McOanan said that she fevored the referendum 
|H-ocess. "The public should be aware." In fiKt, 
McOanan agitated for a referendum Airing the 1977 
bond discusskjns. 

Ervin said he coidd understand oittii^ out spedfic 
projects, but not in just cutt^ Ae total unoum in half. 
Of the total, $9. 1 million win represent a savings for the 
dty because it will replace fower rate imerest bonds for 
higher interest bonds for already qiproved projects. 

Ervin asked McOanan to teD luin the profecu she 
wKits cut oitt. 

MerrkA said ttat "we have tn^bond bsues th^ are 
going tobe (fifBc^ to sefl amd we've goi to work fittt." 

Mayor J. Henry ftteCoy Jr. plans to appont 
comi^tees to ptaeaate the bond issues. 



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Hie OQr of Virgima Beach wffl ask for bids on 
dredgii^ Radee bifet at m estmutted cost of $375,600. 

C^ Goondl Monctey ei^img authorked dty 
mam^er George L Hanbury to mk for bfab for Ae 
^ed^iag ttid the kxi^ott of a sami trmp A the inlet. 
Tke sand fron the <h c<^iBg wflMie ised to repleiMh 
Use beach at IM, 17th and IMi Struts. 

Hanbwy said that the saoM proMem siv&oes every 
year at the start of the fisttig season. The inl^ IDs wp 
it difficult or Apossiine for boats to get m or 



He said the hist time the dty ctfled m a oommerdal 
dredge for a siimhff operatkn was in 1972. 

JoseiA IM)onidd, of die B^ch Eronon Commis- 
sion, said die bids wlB be b^ed on widKbawal of 
100,000 cubic yvds of raitfefiid. 

CDundfanan Pttrick L Slmdm «nd that many 
people wii look attheooitaaditamanbe gone, he 
said of sand repfemshment, "Fm begima^ to Uiink 
it's a waste of money. 

OwDdknan Reid Ervin remarked that the best tUng 
to do would be to feave natwe alone. 

McDonald sttd that sftuatki^ exbt from ^^ami to 
Maine. The only satisftctory sohitioo is to nourish the 
beach he said. 

Ervin remarked that the Corps of Eagmeen «e 
"taBong about gettisg sand off the contioeotal shelf! 
Everytlm^ that man has done has de^royped the 



McDtmaU s»d the Corps of Engineers has made a 
study of Rndee hdet and die Coastal Engmeering 
System which hasn't been released yet. 

Hanbury adckd diat die city's hurricane protectian 
plan includes asking the Corps to take over Rudee bkt. 



Beach sand replenishment will 
come from Rudee Inlet; Coun- 
cil approves $375,000 for 
dredging. 



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Virgima Beach has refeased a comiarehensive 
iMkeway plan believed to be the first by any jurisdiction 
in the region. 

The plan b designed for the utilitarian and the 
recreational bkyde riders in mind and links recrea- 
tional centers, shopping areas and schools. 

C^ planner Robert Scott told Oty CouiKnl Monday 
evemi^ at an mformal session that public hearings are 
phuuKd and that meetings will be schedukd with 
various dvic organizations. 

H. Jade Jennings and Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr., 
constituting the Mayor's committee on bikeways, have 
Pubfic Works, Parks and Recremion, and Poike 
Department. Tbe Department of Planning prepared the 
plan whidi will be considered by the Planning 
Commission. Copies will be available in all public 
libraries. 

^gima Beadi aketidy has constnuiled more than 22 
mfles of bikeways wMdk indudes three classes. Tbe 
bikeways separated fitm the roadway by a physical 
barrier, a marked trafl on the side of the roadway and 
bikeways des^nated only by signs. 

Scott said die caaunhtee |»ep9ued die plan whh 
safety foremost in nnnd. W^ the increased use ctf 
bicyc^, the aoddrat rate for bkycHsts in Wginia 
Beach hsB grown tt> .8 perceitt of the reported aockfents 
for a total of 82 bicycle reteed accidents with an 
averts moBtUy tood of reported bieyde aoddnets 
from Jan. 1977 to Octdbet 1979 of 7.9. 

He said Aeic uv now more than 83.000 registered 
bicydes m the c^ bat the total Doiriier tt esdmitfed to 
exoe^ 100.000. 

Hie report cb^ides fkt dty Imo vim ^ady areas, 
comnis wtp$ and dec^^ ystings of ^idi prai^. 

The dty has been awarded a S75»000^at from the 
Federal H^liway Adml i iisliatifln tteoogh Oe &ate 
Deptftmeat of l^hwqrs and l^nsportation for 
nDprovemenls to the Ooemftont kxip BflBCwqr. Cby 
Goncfl Monhqr adopted the lesofatiaD r^inestiiv the 
ftmd^ for windi there is a local match of $18,750 (25 
percemofthetotaQ. 

hi adtftion to Ae June study ar»^ the |riu a^dn 
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near the Norfolk Gty boundary to the Adan^ Avenue 
and 9th &reet paraUelmg the Horfotk toad Souttera 
Riulway line. 

T1^ Naval Air Statkn Oceam Loop wffl be 
constructed in cooperation with the Navy and it oirtside 
the Capital fanprovement timetable. 

Members of die Plannii^ Commission and the Pirks 
and Recreation Commiiskn attended the pin presen- 
tioion with Coundl Monday. 

Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. said dia the east-west 
bikeway ahd originally been consktered die primary 
e»t-west bikeway but "has been pitt on a back 
btmier" because of citizen opposidoo. 

He said diat Jack Jennings "has been die force 
behind diis thmg." 




With a ftjoce here, shrubs there, a patio or wiftway 
elsewhere, \%gtnia Beadi property owners are taking 
over iffoperty thaty bn't theirs but the pvblic't. 

^%ginia Beadi Qty Oooncfl is pfauH^ to duo^e 
this situation by establishing a poHcy aimed M>^t 
encroachments. 

Property owners encroach for oonvemeaoe, ae^he- 
tics, privacy, to keep intruders at bay, but for whatever 
reason the end residt is that the pttWc is denied the use 
of public property. 

The dty last October started a crackdown on NorUi 
Virginia Beach oceanfrom residents mho have en- 
croached on the beach with walkways, gazebos, pidos 
and other obstrucdom in an area where public tattd is in 
great demand. At its Informal session on Sept. 8 
Coundl will discuss a policy winch could be applied 
uniformly with a vote scheduled for Sept. 15. 

In the meantime. Council Monday denied the request 
oi Richard S. Bartley for an encroadinwnt into 15 feet 
oi dty property for the Insta&ition of hmdscaping, 
planters and steps to the beach at 46ch Street. CoiiikU 
also permitted a temporary encroadunent utto a portion 
of die right of way of 44th Street to Wifiiam M. Harris 
for a fence in front dim home at 110 44di Street mitil 
curbs and gutters can be installed. 

In the North Virgmia Beach survey 1st September, 
200 encroachments were identified, dty i^anner Tom 
l&nsen said. Sixty-four <^ the property owners have 
been notified that the eiKroadunents have to be 
removed. Thirty of these have reqiwsted Coimcfl alkw 
the encroadunents to remain but only 14 of them have 
made a formal request to retain the strictures. 
Thirty-four have already been removed. 

WUh a more encompassing policy, it u likely that 
many oft he property owners who have not idr^idy been 
notified about removing obstructions wiH be tokl to do 
so. Any of these, about 64, have been comktered 
'^permanent** structures and inducfe waUcwi^ wUdi 
may in the ftiture be outhrived. 

(See ERVIN paie 10) 



Expansion in Oceana 

(C(»tinucd from paae 3' 
mUestoM of die rags to ridies succesa story of die two 
partners who entered dieir first business vemure wUi a 
$1,000 investment. 

They used their sa^ngs to open an Ad«Mic Avenue 
tavern in 1965. After dutt die pair q^dddy stored die 
&dglmg T*slurt prmt busmess hi an lAmdoaed 
automoinle deakrship gan^e they boi^ht m the oomer 
d 21$t Stteet and padfic Aven^. 

Rulfin is a native of I^mchbuig, Md kissff» a nMNe 
of B^hchid, hraq who came to America i» an exdM«e 
stiKlent in 1956 «id sUyed. 

The company now owm and operas retort area 
mg l wd u bs , ^onw^ centers, and te n mtmiatiflnal 
maristBig (fivfskm widi a worUNnde cooa^rieadons 
M^rk a^ V capaUe of oowtae^ busted In 12 
**ferem hi^w^s. It ^o open^ a r^ estate 
devekspneitt «id constrat^on firm. 

fa 1972 it ws named the exdusi^ Ui^ed Sates 
ifistdnttor of t^ Frendi-bum Rtne Pierre foottbaU 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, August 27, 1980 7 



Don't forget the living things around Beach house 



By GARY HAMILTON 

SpecitltoTlKSuii 

Most of US living in Virginia Beach enjoy having plan- 
ts grow around our dwellings. However, we're probably 
overlooking the extra benefits, both aesthetic and fun- 
ctional, to be derived from the many available varieties 
of living things. 

When included in the original plans for a building, 
trees, bushes, and plants can greatly enhance the spatial 
effectiveness of the architecture. Even when considered 
during renovation, architects can use foliage to 
dramatically influence the beauty, comfort and efficien- 
cy of almost every building. 

Inf omtd intaitioB 

Different approaches to utilizing the environment 
have ranged from the "informed intuition" of the 
original settlers to the scientific, energy efficiency 
studio conducted oi\ today's modern buildings. Even 
without performing hour-by-hour sun/shadc/wind 
studies on a building site, an architect can design an 
outdoor space that is npt only in aesthetic and fun- 
ctional harmony with a structure, but also ftirthers 
energy conservation. 

For residential architecture, the essential con- 
siderations are space, light, heat, and practicality. For 
instance, the architect and homeowner should consider 
whether the outdoor spaces remain open and airy or are 
shaped to form outdoor "rooms." The size and density 
of plants and trees should complement the size and form 
of the house itself in order to be effective. 

Plants can also be used to replace building materials 
in creative ways. Hedges and bushy evergreens can be 
used for enclosure in lieu of fencing. Creative planting 
can also help to contain and protect children and 
animals, as well as guard against unwanted intrusion. 



Babysitting class set 

The American Red Qoss, Tidewater Oiapter, will 
c^er a free five-week babysitting course. 

Classes will be held each Tuesday, Sept. 9 through 
Oct. 7, fi-om 6 to 8 p.m. at the United Way Family 
Center, 4441 South Boulevard, Virginia Beach. 

Tlie course, which is designed for teens age 12 and 
over, gives instruction in bathing, feeding, and 
changing babies, entertaining the older child, first aid 
tips, and what to do during emergencies. 

Fot details and registration information, call 499- 

2311. 



Consider light carefully 

In dealing with the amount of light desired on proper- 
ty or a building, there are several variables to consider. 
The use of deciduous trees, particularly those with big 
leaves, is one of the most elemental techniques.' In the 
summer, when the trees are in full bloom, they absorb 
and screen the sun's rays, and keep the stucture shaded 
and much cooler. 

In the winter, when the leaves have been shed, light 
and heat are allowed to penetrate, making practical use 
of the sun's rays. There are also deciduous trees which 
do not lose all their foliage, thus providing some 
measure of cover even during the winter. Evergreens, on 
the other hand, provide a year-round shade from the 
sun and can be impediments to solar heating it not 
placed correctly. 

When carefully planned, tree cover and the amount 
of light admitted or blocked out relate directly to the 
cost of heating or cooling a structure, landscape ar- 
chitecture then becomes a tool of energy conservation. 

Other practical functions of foliage vary from soil 
erosion prevention to radiation absorption. Consider 
again the useful evergreen which is purposely blocking 
out the light on one side. It also serves as a very effective 
wind screen and noise baffle as well as a fence. 
Irrespressible ivy and pachysandra perform services 
such as ground cover, erosion control, and radiation ab- 
sorption. The practical benefits of some aesthetically 
dull thick-rooted plants have been proven time and 
again by people who uproot them and then watch their 
hills and cliffs gradually slide away. 

Many varieties of flora 

All of which is to say simply that the practical uses of 
the many varieties of flora should be taken into con- 
sideration from the very beginning when planning a 
construction or renovation. Once the basics outlined 
above have been considered, the architect can create in- 
finite combinations of shape, texture, color, height, and 
thickness which contribute measurably. The fact that 
certain plants will not grow in certain parts of the coun- 
try must also be carefully observed. 

Just because nurseries sell them does not mean that all 




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NOTICE TO PUBLIC 

OF PROPOSED RATE 

INCREASE BY 

CONTINENTAL TELEPHONE 

COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 

On July 16, 1980, Continental Telephone Com- 
pany of Virginia (' 'Continental'!) filed with the 
State Corporation Commission of Virginia an ap- 
plication to increase its rates and charges for 
telephone service by approximately $7,695,000 
annually. Continental's figures show that the new 
rates would increase \o(M service revenues by ap- 
proximately 19 percent. The proposed tariffs have 
been suspended by Commission order until 
December 13, 1980. 

The State Corporation Commission has 
scheduled a public hearing on the application in its 
Courtroom, Blanton Building, Bank and Cover-, 
nor Streets, Richmond, Virginia, commencing at 
10:00 a.m. on November 19, 1980. Copies of the 
application, together with Continental's suppor- 
ting data, are available for public inspection 
during normal working hours at Continental's of- 
fices and in the Commission's Document Control 
Center located on Floor Bl of the Blanton 
Building, Richmond, Virginia. 

On or before October 3, 1980, any person who 
expects to submit evidence and to cross-examine 
Continental and Commission witnesses must file a 
Notice of Protest conforming to Rule 5: 16 (a) of 
the Commission's Rules of Practice and 
Procedure. A copy of this Notice must be mailed 
to John W. Riely, Esquire, Hunton & Williams, 
P.O. Box 1535, Richmond, Virginia 23212. 

On or before November 5, 19W), all persons 
who have filed a Notice of Protest and expect to 
participate in the hearing as a Protestant must file 
with the Commission a Protest, together with ten 
(10) copies of all prepared testimony and exhibits 
of the witnesses to be offered at the hearing. 
Protestants must serve a copy of the Protest and 
testimony upon all other parties. 

Any interested person (public witness) who 
desires to make a statement at the public hearing 
in his own behalf either for or against the ap- 
plication for increased rates, but not otherwise 
participate in the hearing, need only be present in 
the Commission's Courtroom 15 minutes prior to 
the commencement of the hearing and inform the 
Commission's Bailiff that he wishes 4o speak. All 
persons desiring to speak will be heard as ex- 
peditiously as possible, beginning at 10:00 a.m., 
or shortly thereafter. 

All written communications to the Commission 
regarding this application for increased rates 
should be addressed to William C. Young, Clerk. 
Document Control Center, P.O. Box 2118, Rich- 
mond, Virginia 23216. 

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A devine designer? 



Melissa Waddeli 



Her middle name is Devine. Someday she 
plans to start her own chain of clothes called 
"Devine Originals." 

SUNshine Girl Melissa Devine Waddeli is 19 
years old, and a six year Beach resident. 
Originally from Chesapeake, the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Haroljd G. Ferguson said she 
designs 90% of hef-ewn clothing. 

**ril get an idea for some clothes,*' she said, 
"and 1 11 either put it on paper, or go right to 
the sewing machine and start on it. 

**I hope eventually to go to Washington, 
D.C. and start my own line of clothes, and 
later on, start a branch here in Virginia 
Beach." 

One of three children 

Waddeli is one of three children. She has 
one other sister and a brother: Janie, 29, a 
nurse at Chesapeake General Hospital; and 
James Ferguson, 41, an electrical engineer in 



North Carolina. 

Waddeirs occupation is modeling. She also 
instructs it in the cities of Portsmouth, 
Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake. 

Her hobbies include reading, sewing, riding 
horseback, and racquetball, "Fve played a 
couple of years and quit," she said. "But 1 
really like it because it*s a fast sport." 



She likes the Beacli 

Waddeli says she likes the Beach but will 
leave it for a while to advance her fashion and 
modeling career, but will return. 

"I like the Beach environment," she said, 
"I cai| walk to the beach during the summer; 
but during the winter it's really nice also; 
especially when I go out to dinner at the Quar- 
terdeck and then dancing at Trix. 

"I may leave the Beach for a while but I will 
return. It is my home." 




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A recreational haven ! 

For only one doUkr a year, Virginia Beacb residents may take ad- 
vantage of numerous recreational activities at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center, loacted in the Kempsville section of the city. 

During scheduled times, and under supervision, visitors may par- 
ticipate in various activieties, including: 



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For all the bowlers in the area, the center features two lanes. Lane mechanic Jimmy 
Grassano (in cov^alls) and security guard Drew Dixon practice tiidr rolls. Grassano 
report a WS bowling average; and Dixon, a 160. 

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Finding out information about the upcoming bike race on Sept. 7 at Mount Trach- 
more, Shawn Hopkins, the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis 
Hopkins, asks Mary Balian for assistance. 





Neck piece 
displayed 



Neckpiece #26 

"Neckpiece #26" by Mary Leu Hi demonstrates the 

singular malleability of silver and gold and is one of 

.more than 200 objects which will be on view for Beach 

residents beginning Sept. 9 in the •'Silver in American 

Life," an exhibition at the Virginia Museum. 




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A weight room is also featured at the «ntcr. Mike Cuffec, 24, a city employee has 
been body building for seven years. He is shown hcrt lifting 300 pounds universally, 
but says he can bench press 4^5 pounds. 



Taking a swim in the center's slightly less than Olympic size pool is Michel M^r, 
10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Miller. Michael is a student at Wiiulsor (Ms 
Elementary School. 



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Ccteilman Ddnaid Merrick said the city ought to be 
consrtstent. 

Itesen said the walkways could be a hazard in 
storms md if they arc not maintained properly. 

Coiincifanan Reid Ervin said that some of the dune 
vegetation has to be destroyed to place a walkway. 

Councilman John A. Baum said that people have 
gotten used to using public property. 

Ervin said that the beach residents have plenty of 
access without constructing walkways, he added, "If 
you're going to remove one encroachment you have to 
remove tham all... When you caisider an encroachment 
is taking 15 feet of city property....'* 

With plantings and fences on the roadside, parking 
spaces are eliminated, Ervin said. 

Councilman W. H. Kitchin III said the problem is 
access for the public. Encroachments make public 
'^ronertv exclusionary, he said. 



Volleyball tourney set 

The East Coast Volleyball championships Virginia 
Beach Labor Day Qassic will be held August 30, 31 and 
Sept. 1 between 89th Street and Fort Story. 

Call 499-4330 for more information. 



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Who will have Beach right-of-way? 



(Continued from iM^ 10) 
owned six or seven cars and parked in firont of his hou 
and destroyed the grassed area which he maintained. 

Harris said, * 'We have always kept up the grass , kept 
tlw 15-fcct (right-of-way) in repair. Wc do have to 
protect ourselves to a certain extent.'* He said that he 
found sooMOoe usii^ his water on one occasion. He 
said some residents have brick walls right on the street 
and would be surprised if there weren't homes on city 
property. 

Ervin said that the city was getting more and more 
criticism from residents near Harris on encroachments. 
One put no parking signs on the public grassed area. 

Ervin asked why he didn't put the fence at the edge 
of his property instead of on public property. 

Harris said that just because somebody complained 
"I "shouldn't have to remove mine while there are 
others." 

iCouncihnan Donald Merrick suggested that Harris 
get his neighbors together and put in curbs and guttei^. 
in that way, the parking area would be clearly 
delineated from his property. 

Standing said there is not one neighborhood in the 
city whre people don't maintain property dmrn to the 
street. "Why are these people being treated dif- 
ferent?" 

Ervin said, "But do those people claim they own (the 
right of way)?" We're talking about encroachments. 
With curbs you know where parking is." 

Standing suggested talking about the whole city. 

Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. said, "You show us a 
problem like that m Kempsville and we've got to obey 
the law." 

Harris pointed out that it would be possible to put m 
a 50-foot circular driveway which w(xild remove more 
parking because parking isn't permitted in front of 
driveways. 

Councilwoman Meyera Obemdorf who lives in 
Kempsville said, "We are not allowed to have a front 
fence. If you have a curb and gutter you will have a 
boundary. 

Public Works director Oral Lambert said that the city 
has a policy that if anyone wants to put in curb and 
gutter, the owner pays for the materials and the city 
puts in the curb and gutters. 

Harris i^reed to put incurbs and gutters which led 
Cbuncil to grant a temporary encroachment until the 
w0rk is completed. 

UMiyer request approved 

On another encroachment matter. Council approved 
the request of Royal Thayer Jr., engineer, of the • 
Lynnhaven dredging company, Inc. on behalf of four 
property owners in the Chelsea subdivision, for 
encroachments imothe drainage and canal easement to 
(instruct bulkheads and piers. 






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A fifth request, tor Randolph Savage, 1859 Duke of 
York Quay, was denied because the bulkhead would be 
placed on the 40-foot easement for the canal. 

Public Works director Ond Lambert said that the 
canal was dug jmor to the recordation of the 
subidvision over the eidsting ditch. The subdivision was 
recorded with a 40 foot easement tm the outside edge of 
the Chelsea subdivision, as part of a projected 80-foot 
canal, but the canal in some areas is totally out of the 
40-foot easement, Part of the canal is in Broad Bay 
Manor. 

Jerry Bomnan, attorney for Broad Bay, opposed the 
Savage em^Ofidunent because it would jeopardize the 
possibility of Broad Bay's asking for the canal to be 
relocated off Broad Bay land. Ihe canal constructed in 
1972 runs across Broad Bay's property and was not 
contained in the easement. 

Councilman John A. Baum said the trouble rises 
from "putting a bulkhead in the middle of the 
easement-where the canal should be." 

Council approved the other four encrochments for L 
R. Van den Berg, Paul L Ferrell, L. Graham Field, and 
F. Stanley Porter. 

Handkapped paridiig 

Virginia Beach Qty Councilman Patrick L Standing 
asked whether it would be possible to get private 
enterprise interested in operating the public transit 
system at the Beach. 

Gty manager George L Hanbury said that the Beach 
buses have passed 100,000 riders in two months, but 
that it still is not profit making and more of a public 
convenience. Ife said, however, that the buses have a 
value beyond what the revenues indicate. With more 
people using the buses, the traffic pattern has 
improved. 

He said there is not a transit system in the country 
that operates prc^tably. 

Standing remarked that the public transit system is 
extremely expensive. The system is subsidized by 
Federal funds through the Southeastern Virginia 
Regional tVansportation District and the city. 

Mayor J. Henry McQy Jr. said that public transit 
was idle for years before the public sector took over. 

Even if private enterprise took over, Hanbury said, it 
would expect a subsidy. 

Zoning request denfted 

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denied the application of Alfred V. and Judy K. Everett 
for change of zoning from AG-2 Agricultural District to 
R-8 Residential District on a 14.217 acre parcel on the 
north side of Old Dam Neck Road, west of Dwyer Road 
in the Princess Anne Borcmgh. 

Existing zoning permits 14 single family luxnes or 
agricultural related uses, while the proposed zoning 
allows 84 duplex units. 

Edna Grimstead, representing 95 percent of the 
people on Old Dam Neck Road and Dwyer Road, 
opposed the petition. She said that development should 
not be allowed until roads and schools catch up. She 
said the traffic is unbelievcable. The roads have traffic 
from the Atlantic Sewage Plant construction, the 
Malbon Pig Farm, ^nd dump trucks hauling sand from 
bcMTOw pits as well as scMne Navy traffic fran Dam 
Neck. 

She said half the site is below the six-foot elevation 
necessary for building. 

Oty planner Robert Scott said the developer would 
have to take care of his own sewage. 



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Shaking chills, chest 
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Ivanhoe Motel, 21st and OceanfrMit 
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The Original Sub Shop, 2114 Atlantic Avenue 
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The Broadwalk Inn, 26th and Atlantic 
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Ocean House Restaurant, 31st and Atlantic 
Ocean Ranch Motel, 32nd and Oceanfront 
Peter Pan Pancakes, 33rd and Atlantic 
La Playa Motel, 33rd and Oceanfront 
Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 
Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and Atlantic 
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$7.2 million goal 

United 
Way drive 
launched 

"Our United Way fund drive goal for this year 
is $7.2 million for the local four city area," reports 
United Way group chairman and Beach native Jqe 
Harris. 

••I hope all Beach residents will contribute to a 
drive which goes to support over 60 wganizations 
in the Tidewater area. 

••Last year we reached our $6.6 million goal, 
and this year's goal reflects about a 6 percent 
increase. But that's not much compared to the 
inflation rate." 

Harris said the reason to support the United 
Way drive is obvious. 

••Just ask yourself," he said, ''who do you 
know who has never needed blood, or had 
someone in their family who has not needed some 
sort of special attention from one of the local 
community organizations?" 

United Way contributions are tax deductible. 
This year's drive ends oct. 22. Contributions may 
* be mailed to Four Qties United Way, 109 Main 
Street, Norfolk, VA. 23510. 




Harris 



Junior & senior high 



Beach sports offered 



A wide range of competitive sports is played each fall, 
winter and spring on the senior level under the auspices 
(It ihe Virginia High School Uague, as well as on the 
»unior high level. 

In addition, a complete intramural and extramural 
sports program ensures active participation by as many 
siudents as possible. The Virginia High School League 
also sponsors one-act plays, debate and forensics at 
senior highs in the spring. These same activities also 
exist in the junior high program. 

Senior High Schools 

Fan, Boys football; Girls field hockey; Coed cross- 
country; Girls tennis. ^. , . , 
Winter. Boys basketball and wrestling; Girls basket- 



ball and gymnastics; and Coed winter track. 

Spring, Boys outdoor track, tennis, baseball, soccer 
and gymnastics; Girls outdoor track, Softball and soc- 
cer; Coed golf, debate, forensics, drama (one-act plays 
and miscellaneous prodictions). 



Junior I gh Schools 

'Fall, Boys football; Girls field hockey; Coed debate. 

forensics. .. ^- i u i>-. 

Winter, Boys basketball and wrestling; Girls basket- 
ball and gymnastics; Coed drama (one-act plays and 
miscellaneous productions). ' 

Spring, Boys baseball, track and soccer; Girls Sof- 
tball, track and soccer. 



Beacher's learn 

Oil can't 
be squeezed 

More than 300 bilHon barrels of crude o». Beach 
residents have learned, will remain in known oil fields 
when they are no longer able to produce with today s 
methods. "This is the easiest extra oil to Tind' but the 
toughest to recover," explains Pete Kelly, Exxon Com- 
pany, U.S.A.'s production department engineermg 

manager. ., . • i 

A popular misconception holds that oil exists m large 
underground pools or lakes and that the wells simply 
suck the crude from the ground like a straw drawing 
soda. Unfortunately, oil is trapped in porous rock, and 
the reservoir holds oil more like a sponge, making 
recovery of a large percentage of the oil very difficult. 
Conventional oil production methods, on average, only 
recover about one-third of the oil in place. 

Oil locked in fields 

Oil companies have been researching "enhanced 
recovery" methods for years in hopes of developing 
processes that will recover additional Oil that remains 
"locked" in fields at the end of their normal productive 

lives. 

Estimates of the amount of oil which can be 
recovered by enhanced recovery processes vary widely. 
Kelly estimates that a current world oil prices about 20 
billion barrels may feasibly be tapped. This extra oil 
would increase America's remaining reserves by 70 per- 
cent and would help sustain U.S. oil production, which 
is currently three billion barrels per year, he says. 

"But enhanced recovery methods are expensive and 
high risk investments because they are complex and 
basically unproven," Kelly says. 

Enhanced recovery 

E^cxon is experimenting with three enhanced recovery 

methods: . w . 

•Thermal: Steam is injected into the reservoir to heat 
heavy, molasses-like crude so that it will fiow. 

•Miscible: A solvent such as carbon dioxide or 
nitrogen is injected into a reservoir to dissolve the oil. 

•Chemical: Various special chemicals are injected to 
••wash" or push the trapped oil out of the reservoir 

rocks 

Projects involving all three methods are underway or 
planned for several U.S. oil fields. In the next few years 
Exxon will be spending several million dollars to see if 
the processes can be made to work, Kelly says. ^ 

••If we are successful in learning how to make the 
processes work, getting more oil out of old fields will 
play an important part in meeting the country's energy 
needs in the next three decades and could be supplying 
up to 10 percent of the country's crude oil needs by the 
year 2000," Kelly says. 



Brokerage bu sinesi 

PrincipeJ firm 



Beach residem Martin A. Principe has joined the 
Virginia Beach office of Branch Cabefl & Co.. invest- 
mem brokerage firm, as a Registered Representa^^^^^^ 

Principe retired recently after 25 years with the U.S. 

"President of Virginia Beach since 1970, Principe is a 
University of Texas graduate. He is currem presiden of 
Cox High School Booster Oub, past presidem of the 



Lynnhaven sportsmen's Qub, a member of the Chelsea 
Civic League and Hilltop Kiwanis, and a Little Uague 

At Branch Cabell, a 76-year-old firm with offices in 
Richmond, Waynesboro, and Harrisonburg. Prmcipe 
will specialize in the company's financial planning 
section. Branch abell is a member firm of the New 
York Stock Exchange. 



gOJUJ Deadlines 

News deadline for Ihe VIR(;iNIA BKACH 
SUN is 5 p.m. Friday f«r Ihe foMowiiig 
Wednesday's edition. 

Articles musi be IcRiWc, preferably 
typewritten, double-spaced 4»n standard sized 

paper. 

Pictures must be sharp, clear and 
accompanied by complete Information. (All 
persons in pictures must be Identified.) 

There Is no charRC for news articles or 

pictures. 

Pictures canniM be returned unless special 

arrangements are made. 



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Traveiem from across the nation flock to Virainta 
Beach annually. Some lor the warm sun; some for the 
cool ?«irf , some for both. 

But whatever the reason for visiting the Beach, there 
Is one thing everyone wants to know after they get here: 
Where to go After The Sun Goes Down.. 



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August 6-20: East Coast 

August 11-16: Tricks 

August 17-22: Eddie Shaw and the Wolfgang 

August 23-24: James Cotton 

August 25: Cabin Fever 



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16 Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday. August 27, 1980 

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by condemnation the fee 
simple title to a certain 
parcel of land situated in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, for the 
construction and main- 
tenance of that certain 
public street or highway 
known as INDIAN 
RIVER ROAD PHASE II 
which property is shown 
and described more par- 
ticularly in the petition 
and exhibits attached 
thereto on file in the office 
of the Clerk of this Courts 
to which reference is 
hereby made for a full and 
accurate description 
thereof; and for the ap- 
pointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or in- 
terest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a 
result of the taking and 
use thereof by the 
Petitioner. 

For such purposes the 
Petitioner will apply to the 
court, on the 1st day of 
Ocotber, 1980, at the 
courthouse thereof, 
Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Va, at 
9:30 a.m., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may 
be heard, for the appoin- 
tment of commissioners to 
ascertain just compen- 
sation as aforesaid. 

And it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the following 
owners are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, or 
~ their names and addresses 
are not known and that 
diligence has been used by 
and. on behalf of the 
Petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: (heirs of 
Mary E. Gilchrist) it is 
ORDERED that the 
aforesaid owners do ap- 
pear within ten (10) days 
after due '^publication of 
this order in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and to do what is 
necessary to protect their 
interests; and it is FUR- 
THER ORDERED that if 
any of the above named 
owners desire to assert any 
objection or defense to the 
taking or damaging of his 
property or to the jurisdic- 
tion of the Court to hear 
the case and to proceed 
with the appointment of 
commissioners he shall file 
his answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners for the deter- 
mination of just compen- 



sation. 

Should any such owner 
fail to file his answer and 
grounds of defense as 
hereinabove provided, 
such failure shall not 
preclude the ownw from 
appearing on the date set 
for the appointment of 
commissioners nor from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nor 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such owner from any 
other defense by way of 
pleas in bar, abatement or 
otherwise. 

And it is FURTHER 
ORDERED that a copy of 
this ORDER shall be pub- 
nlished once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN and a copy hereof 
shall be posted on the 
bulletin board of this 
Court. 

Enter this 1 5th day of 
August, 1980 
Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 
VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 
City of Virginia Efeach, 
a Municipal Corporation, 
Petitioner, 
v. 

Estate of Mary E. 
Gilchrist and 0.113 sq. ft. 
of land, her heirs and 
••parties unknown,'* 
Respondent. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
STATE OF VIRGINIA 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, to wit: 

This day personally ap- 
peared before me 
Kathleen B. Grier, a 
Notary Public in and for 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, in the State of 
Virginia, in the City and 
State aforesaid, jay A. 
Richardson, Agent and 
Attorney for the City of 
Virginia Beach, who first 
being duly sworn made 
oath and said: 

That in the above styled 
cause pending in the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, the names 
and addresses of the heirs 
of Mary E. Gilchrist are 
unknown and the names 
and addresses of her lien 
creditors, if any there be, 
are unknown after due 
diligence having been used 
by or on behalf of the 
Petitoner to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration they or any of 
them may be, without suc- 
cess, and the names of any 
other persons who may 
have any interest in the 
property to be condemned 



in these proceedings are 
unknown and are hereby 
proceeded against as 
"Parties Unknown.** 
Jay A. Richardson 
Attroney for City 

Subscribed and sworn 
to before me, kathleen B. 
Grier, a Notary Public in 
and for the City of 

Virginia Beach, State of 

Virginia, this 13th day of 

August, 1980. 

Kathleen B. Grier, 

Notary Public 

My Commission expires: 

April 13, 1981 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach 

City of Virginia Beach, 

Petitoner, 

v. 

Estate of Mary E. 

Gilchrist and 0.113 sq. ft. 

of land her heirs and 

♦•Parties unknown," 

Respondent. 

NOTICE BY 

PUBLICATION 

TO WHOM IT MAY 

CONCERN: 
Pursuant to an order 

entered on the 15th day of 

August, 1980, this notice 

is hereby given: 
In this proceeding the 

petitioner seeks to acquire 

by condemnation the fee 

simpje title to certain 
pieces or parcels of land 

; situated in City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, for the 
uses and purposes of the 
petitioner, for street and 
highway purposes, all of 
which are described more 
particularly in the petition 
and exhibits attached 
thereto on file in the office 
of the Clerk of this Court, 
to which reference is made 
for a full and accurate 
description thereof; and 
for the appointment of 
commissioners to - ascer- 
tain just compensation to 
the owners of any estate or 
interest in the property to 
be taken or affected as a 
result of the taking and 
use thereof by the 
petitoner. 

For such purposes, the 
petitioner will apply to the 
Court, sitting at 
Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on the 1st day of October 
1980. at 9:30 o'clock a.m., 
or as soon thereafter as 
petitioner may be heard 
for the appointment of 
commissioners to ascer- 
tain just compensation as 
aforesaid. 

And it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that ttie following 
owners are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, or 
their names and addresses 
are not known and that 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: heirs of 
Mary E. Gilchrist it is 



ORDERED that the 
aforesaid ownere do ap- 
pear within ten (10) days 
aftaer due publication of 
this order in the Ocrk's 
office of the Circuit Court 
of the aty of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia and do 
what is necessary to 
protect their interests; and 
it is further ORDERED 
that if any of the above 
named owners desires to 
assert any objection or 
defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the court to ehar the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners he shall file his 
answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the court to ehar the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners for the deter- 
mination of just compen- 
sation. 

Should any such owner 
fail to file his answer and 
grounds of defense as 
hereinabove provided, 
such failure shall not 
preclude the owner from 
appearing on the.date set 
for the appointment of 
commissioners nor from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nor 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such owner from any 
other defense by way of 
pleas in bar, abatement or 
otherwise. 
An extract. Teste: 
Clerk 

Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23456 
2t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 25th day of August, 

Shirley Mae Andrews, 
Plaintiff, against Larry 
Wayne Andrews, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the plaintiff to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year, to 
wit: August 10, 1968. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Camden, 



Arkansas General 
Delivery, it is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 14th of October, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Stephen R. margulies 
18 Selden Arcade 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 
4t9/17VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of August, 1980. 
Lorelei Elaine Varley, 
Plaintiff, against Roland 
Fred Varley, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
Tlie object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonni frcwi the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of One year sep- 
aratiOT in accordance with 
Secticm 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950, as 
amended. And an affi- 
davit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being 12 East 
CoDins Street, Sa 1 e m, 
Massachusetts it is o-der- 
ed that he do appear on or 
before the 14th of Ctetober 
1980. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A cqpy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
Jeffircy G. Haverson 
6330 Newtown Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 
4t9/17 VB 



NOTICE 
Ptoise take notice that 
on the 25 day of August 
1980. the underslgiwd will 
apply to the Virginia 
Alcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol Board for retail licen- 
se to sell, mixed beverages 
on premises consumption 
at 2023 Atlantic Ave., 
Virginia Beach. Va., 
Ivanhoe Resuurant and 
Lounge, Bur-Mi-Hut Ltd. 
P. O. Box 278 Va. Beach. 
Va. 23458 
James R. Mize 
2t9/3 VB 



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or the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners for the deter- 
mination of just compen- 
sation. 

Should any such owner 
fail to file his answer and 
grounds of defense as 
hereinabove provided, 
such failure shall not 
preclude the owner from 
appearing on the date set 
for the appointment of 
commissioners nor from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nor 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such owner from any 
other defense by way of 
pleas in bar, abatement or 
otherwise. 

And it is FURTHER 
ORDERED that a copy of 
this ORDER shall be 
published once a week fc^ 
two consecutive weeks in 
the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN and a coi^ hereof 
shall be poftcd on the 
bulletin board of tbU 
Court. 

Enter this IStli day of 
August, 1980 
JayA.RichardtOD 
Dqnity Qty Attorney 
Municbtl Center 
Virginia Beach, Va.234S6 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuft Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beadi 
Gty of Virginia Beach, a 
municipal corporation, 
Petitioner, 

V. 

Estate of Viola Smith, 
and 25.00 sq. ft: of land, 
her heirs and ''parties 
unknown. Respondents. 
AFFIDAVIT FOR 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
STATE OF VIRGINIA 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, to wit: 

This day personally ap- 
peared before me 
Kathleen B. Grier, a 
Notary Public in and for 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, in the State of 
Virginia, in the City and 
State aforesaid, Jay A. 
Richardson, Agent and 
Attorney for the City of 
Virginia Beach, who first 
being duly sworn made 
oath and said: 

That in the above styled 
cause pending in the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, the names 
and addresses of the heirs 
of Viola and James Smith 
are unknown and the 
names and addresses of 
their lien creditors, if any 
there be, are unknown af- 
ter due diligence having 
been used by or on behalf 
of the Petitioner to ascer- 
tain in what county or 



corporation they or any 6f 
them may be, without suc- 
cess, and the names of any 
other persons who may 
have any interest in the 
property to be condemned 
in these proceedings arc 
unknown and are hereby 
proceeded against as 
••Parties Unknown." 
Attorney for City 
Jay A. Richardson 

Sul^cribed and sworn 
to before me, Kathleen B. 
Grier, a Notary Public in 
and for the City of 
Virginia Beach, State of 
Vir^nia, this 13th day of 
August, 1980. 
Kathleen B. Grier, 
Notary Public 
My Commission expires: 
April 13, 1981 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Petitioner, 

V. 

Estate of Viloa Smith, and 
25.00 sq. ft. of land, het 
heirs and "parties 
unknown," Respondoit. 
NOTICE BY 
PUBLICATION 
TO WHOM IT MAY 
COr^XRN: 

Pivsuant to an order 
entered on the 15th day of 
August, 1980, this notice 
is hereby given: 

In this proceecfing the 
petitioner sedcs to aoiittire 
by condemnation a per- 
manent drainage easement 
and temporary construc- 
tion easement to carta in 
pieces or parcels of bmd 
situated in the aty of 
Vurginia Beach, Virginia, 
for the uses and purposes 
of the petitioner, for street 
and highway purposes, all 
of which are described 
more particularly in the 
petition and exhibits at- 
tached thereto on file in 
the office of the Clerk of 
this Court, to which 
reference is made for a full 
and accurate description 
thereof; and for the ap- 
pointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain in 
just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or in- 
terest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a 
result of the taking and 
use thereof by the 
petitioner. 

For such purposes, the 
petitioner will apply to the 
Court, sitting at 
Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virgnia, 
on the 1st day of October, 
1980, at 9:30 o'clock a.m., 
or as soon thereafter as 
petitioner may be heard 
for the appointment of 
commissioners to ascer- 
tain just compensation as 
aforesaid. 

And it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the following 
owners are not residents 



their names and addresses 
are not known and that 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: 
Hiers of Viola and James 
Smith, it is ORDERED 
that the aforesaid owners 
do appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this order in the Clerk's 
office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia and do 
what is necessary to 
protect their interests; and 
it is fruther ORDERED 
that if any of the above 
named owners desires to 
assert any objection or 
defense to the taking or 
damaging of tliis porperty 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners he shall file his 
answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
n^onen for the deter- 
mination of just compen- 
satimi. 

9iouId any sudi owner 
fail to fBe hb answer and 
grounds of defense as 
herein* «ove provided, 
such failure shall not 
preclude the owner from 
appearing on the date set 
for the appointment of 
commissioners nor from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nor 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such owner from any 
other defense by way of 
plf^ in bar, abatement or 
otherwiM. 
An extract. Teste: 
Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
2t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 19th day of August. 
1980. City of Virginia 
Beach, a municipal cor- 
poration. Plaintiff, again- 
st Estate of Mary E. 
Gilchrist and 0.113 sq. ft. 
more or less land, her 
heirs and parties 
unknown. Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to see attached detail of 
order of publication. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
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that do appear on or 
before within ten days of 
publication, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 
Jay Richardson, p.q. 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
■ City of Virginia Beach 
City of Virginia Beach, 
a Municipal Corporation, 
Petitioner, 

V. 

Estate of Mary E. 

Gilchrist 

and 0.113 sq. ft. more or 

less land, her heirs and 

••parties unknown," 

Defendant. 

PETITION FOR 

CONDEMNATION 
TO: THE HONORABLE 
JUDGES OF THE 
COURT AFORESAID: 

Your Petitioner, City of 
Virginia Beach, a 
municipal corporation pf 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia, files this Petition 
in accordance with Section 
2.01 of the Charter of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
Title 15.1, Chapter 18, Ar- 
tide 7; Titk 33.1, Chapter 
1, Article 7 and Title 25, 
Chapter 1.1, of the Code 
of Virginia, 1950, as 
amended, and such 
general hiws as are ap- 
pficable for the purpose of 
condemning the hereinaf- 
ter described property, 
and represents as follows: 

1. That Jay A. Richar- 
dson has be^ appointed 
the agent(s) and attor- 
ncy(s) for the City fo 
Virginia Beach and have 
been duly authorized to 
institute these condem- 
nation proceedings and to 
conduct the same in the 
name and on behalf of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

2. The real property and 
easement(s) which are to 
be taken in this proceeding 
lie in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and are 
described as follows: 

All that certain lot, tract 
or parcel of land togetho- 
with improvements 
thereon belonging, lying, . 
situated and being in the 
City of Virignia Beach, 
Virginia and designated 
and described as: "PAR- 
CEL 242 TAKE AREA 
= 4m928.69 SQUARE 
FEET - 0.113 AC." as 
shown on that certain plat 
entitled: ''RIGHT OF 
WAY ACQUISITION 
PLAT INDIAN RIVER 
ROAD PHASE II FOR 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH" prepared by 
Talbot and Associates, 
Ltd., 100 Landmark 
Square, Virginia Beach, 
VA 23452, said plat is at- 
tached hereto and to 
which reference is made 
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description. Together with 
the temporary right and 
easement to use the ad- 
ditional areas shown on 
the attached plat for con- 
stuction cut and/or fill 
slopes as being required 
for the proper execution 
and maintenance of work, 
containing 766.39 square 
feet. Said easement will 
terminate when the City 
grades the property ad- 
jacent to the lands to be 
conveyed so that there no 
longer exists the necessity 
for maintenance or until 
such time all construction 
has terminated and the 
City acepts the work as 
being completed. . 

3. A copy of the plat of 
the property owned by the 
defendants which is affec- 
ted by this proceeding is 
attached hereto marked 
"exhibit A" and is prayed 
to be read as a part of this 
Petition. The property 
taken in fee simple is 
outlined in RED and the 
temporary construction 
easement is outline in 
GREEN on the plat 
aforesaid and are more 
particularly described in 
Paragraph 2 above. 

4. The property to be 
taken is necessary for the 
construction, reconstruc- 
tion, alteration, main- 
tenance and repair of a 
puUic street or Wghway in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, known as 
INDIAN RIVER ROAD 
PROJECT, PHASE II 
More specifically, this 
project is for the im- 
provement of a section of 
said street or highway, 
and will include the right 
to construct, reconstruct, 
repair, improve, alter and 
maintain the same in ac- 
cordance with the plans 
referred to above. The 
rights hereby acquired in- 
clude the right to utilize 
the land in the future: (1) 
for construction, recon- 
struction, alteration, im- 
provement, repair and 
maintenance of said street 
or highway; (2) for all 
other street, highway, and 
public municipal pur- 
poses, and (3) in accor- 
dance with all the rights 
and incidents normally 
acquired in the property as 
owner of the fee simple 
title thereof, with respect 
to the portion of said 
property acquired in fee 
simple. 

5. Your petitioner has 
made a bona fide but inef- 
fectual effort to acquire 
said property by purchase 
from the owner (s) 
thereof, but has been 
unable to do so because 
City has been unable to 
ascertain all of the heirs of 
Mary E. Gilchrist. 

6. Your petitioner is of 
the opinion that the only 

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to an interest in the com- 
pensation to be ascer- 
tained in this proceeding 
are: the heirs of the Estate 
of Mary E. Gilchrist. 

WHEREFORE, your 
Petitioner respectfully 
prays to this Honorable 
Court in accordance with 
the provisions of Title 25, 
Chapter 1.1 of the Code 
of Virginia, 1950, as 
amended, that com- 
missioners may be sum- 
moned and appointed to 
ascertain and report the 
value of the land taken 
and damages, if any, 
which may accrue to the 
remaining property of the 
owner(s) beyond the 
enhancement in value, if 
any, to such other proper- 
ty by reason of the taking 
and use; that the Court 
direct that all other steps 
be taken to carry out the 
intents of Title 25, Chap- 
ter 1.1 and Title 33.1, 
Chapter 1, Article 7, of 
the Code of Virginia, 
1950, as amended, as may 
be necessary; and that the 
petitioner may have such 
other, further and general 
relief as the nature of its 
case may require. 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Cemer 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
STATE OF VIRGINIA 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, to-wit: 

This day Jay A. 
Richardson personally 
appeared before the un- 
dersigned, a Notary 
Public in and for the City 
of Virginia Beach, State of 
Virginia, in my City 
aforesaid, and being first 
duly sworn, said that he is 
attorney for the City of 
Virginia Beach in this 
proceeding and is duly 
authorized to execute the 
above Petition, and that 
the matters and things 
stated therein are true to 
the best of his 
knowledged, information 
and belief. 

Given under my hand 
this 13th day of August, 
1980. 

My Commission ex- 
pires: April 13, 1981 
Kathleen B. Grier, 
Notary Public 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, 

A Municipal Corporation, 
Petitioner, 

V. 

Estate of Mary E. 
Gilchrist and 0.1 13 sq. ft. 
of land, her heirs and 
••parties unknown," 
Respondent. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
In this proceeding the 
Petitioner seeks to aoiuire 



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tment 76, Westminister, 
California 92683, it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 25th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 

protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

A. Andrew Ege 

1369 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of August, 
1980. 

Mark James Engel, Plain- 
tiff, against Victoria Lynn 
Engel, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimcxiii frcxn the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
addres<; being #1 Temons 
Court, BalitmOTe, Mary- 
land 21207, it is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
before the l4th of Octo- 
ber, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste; 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Richard S. Harman 
Plume and Atlantic 
Streets 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
4t9/17VB 

In the aerk's Office of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of August, 
1980. 

Brenda B. Goodbr e d. 
Plaintiff, against Barry 
Nelson Goodbred, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation bet- 
ween the parties for a per- 
iod more than one year 
(1). And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that the defendant last 
known post office address 
is 5J45 Hdly Farm Drive, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462, at which address 
service of process was 
attempted but was re- 
turned marked "vacant 
house*' and that due dili- 
gence has been used with- 
out effect to ascertain the 
location of the defendant, 
it is ordered that he do 



appear on or before the 
14th of October, 1980, and 
J do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A cq)y-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
James Garrett 
P.O. Box 700 
Portsmouth, Va. 23705 
4t9/17 VB 



In thr5^Tki*43ffice of the 
Circuit Court ofthe Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
22nd day of August, 1980. 
Ann Marie Prough, Plain- 
tiff, against Will i a m 
Howard Prough, III, Ete- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a div(H-ce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upcm the 
grounds of one year sep- 
araticm. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virignia, the last known 
post office address being 
1210 Monore Street, Pa- 
ducah, Kentucky, it is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 14th of 
October, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Halbert T. Dail 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 
4t9/17 VB 



In the aerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
22nd day of August, 1980. 
Ralph Charles Bra den. 
Plaintiff, against, Uizmila 
Jordan Braden, Def e n- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii fi'CHn the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of the parties 
having lived s e p a r a- 
ted and apart without 
cohabition and without in- 
terruption for a period in 
excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address be i n g 
Tumba Mucrto Edit, Pan- 
ama aty, Panama, it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 14th 
of October, 1980. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Stuart R. Gordon 

2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t9/17VB 



In the aerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the aty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st d£y^ of August, 1980. 
Susan Leslie Brock Rose, 
Plaintiff, against Thcanas 
Joseph Rose, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtrain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimcmii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of <Mie year sep^ 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendants 
last known post office 
address is 254 Lucille 
Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 
and that due diligence has 
been used by and on 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in what county 
or corporation the defen- 
dant is without effect, it is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 14th of 
Ocotber, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit.. 

A cc^y^Teste: 
J. Oirtis Fruit, Otrk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t9/17 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 19th day of August. 
1980. 

City of Virginia Beach, a 
municipal corporation, 
Plaintiff, against Estate of 
Viola Smith and 25.00 sq. 
ft. of land, her heirs and 
.••parties unknown", 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to See attached detail of 
order of publication. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant, it is ordered 
that do appear within ten 
days of Publication, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect their interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart. D.C. 
Jay Richardson, p.q. 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach 
City of Virginia Beach, 
a Municipal Corporation. 
Petitioner, 
v. 

Estate of Viola Smith 
and 25.00 sq. ft. of land, 
her heirs and ••parties 



unknown," Respondents. 
PETITON FOR 

CONDEMNATION 
TO: The Honorable 
Judges of the Court 
Aforesaid: 

Your Petitioner. City of 
Virginia Beach, a 
municipal corporation of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia, files this Petition 
in accordance with Section 
2.01 of the Charter of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Title 15.1, Chapter 18, Ar- 
ticle 7; Title 33.1, Chapter 
1, Article 7 and Title 25, 
Chapter 1.1, of the Code 
of Virginia. 1950. as amen 
ded, and such general laws 
as are applicable for the 
purpose of condemning' 
the hereinafter described 
property, and represents 
as follows: 

1. That Jay A. Richar- 
dson has been appointed 
the agent(s) and attor- 
ney(s) for the City of 
Virginia Beach and have 
been duly authorized to 
institute these condem- 
nation proceedings and to 
conduct the same in the 
name and on behalf of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

2. The drainage tem- 
porary and permanent 
easement (s) which are to 
be taken in thk proceeding 
lie in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and are 
described as follows: 

All that certain lot, tract 
or parcel of land together 
with improvements 
thereon belonging, lying, 
situated and being in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and designated 
and described as: •'PAR- 
CEL 276 -i PERMANENT 
DRAINAGE EASE- 
MENT - 0.001 AC." as 
shown on that certain plat 
entitled: ''PLAT OF 
PARCEL 276 INDIAN 
RIVER ROAD 

PROPERTY OF J. 
SMITH. M. B. 14. PG. 
17" prepared by Talbot 
and Associates. Ltd.. 
Engineers, Architects. 
Planners, Surveyors. 100 
Landmark Square. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
said plat is attached hereto 
and to which reference is 
made for a more par- 
ticular description. 
Together with the tem- 
porarwight and easement 
to use the additional areas 
shown on the attached 
plat for construction cut 
and/or fill slopes as being 
required for the proper 
execution and maintenan- 
ce of work, containing 
501.85 square feet. Said 
easement will terminate 
when the City grades the 
property adjacent to the 
lands to be conveyed so 
that there no longer exists 
the necessity for main- 
tenance or until such time 
all construction has ter- 



minated and the City ac- 
cepts the work as being 
completed. 

3. A copy of the plat of 
the property own^ by the 
defendants which is affec- 
ted by this proceeding is 
attached hereto marked 
"Exhibit A" and is prayed 
to be read as part of this 
Petition. The permanent 
drainage easement is 
outlined in RED and the 
temporary construction 
easement is outlined in 
GREEN on the plat 
aforesaid and are more 
particularly described in 
paragraph 2 above. 

4. The property to be 
taken is necessary for the 

" construction, reconstruc- 
tion, alteration, main- 
tenance and repair of a 
public street or highway in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, known as 
INDIAN RIVER ROAD 
PROJECT, PHASE U. 
More specifically, this 
project is for the im- 
provement of a section of 
said street or highway, 
and will include the ri^iit 
to construct, reconstruct, 
repair, improve, alter and 
maintain the same in ac- 
cordance with the plans 
referred to above, The 
right hereby acquired in- 
clude the right to utilize 
the land in the future:(I) 
for construction, recon- 
struction, alteration, im- 
provement, repair and 
maintenance of said street 
or highway; (2) for all 
other street, highway, and 
public municipal pur- 
poses, and (3) in accor- 
dance with all the rights 
and incidents normally 
acquired in the property as 
owner of the fee simple 
title thereof, with repsect 
to the portion of said 
property acquired in fee 
simple. 

5. Your petitioner has 
made a bona fide but inef- 
fectual effort to acquire 
said property by purchase 
from the owner(s) thereof, 
but has been unable to do 
so because City has been 
unable to contact all the 
heirs of Viola and James 
Smith. 

6. Your petitoner is of 
the opinion that the only 
persons who are entitled 
to an interest in the com- 
pensation to be ascer- 
tained in this proceeding 
are: the heirs of Viola and 
James Smith. 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach 
City of Virginia Beach, 
a Municipal Corporation. 
Petitioner, 
v. 

Estate of Viola Smith «id 
25.00 sq. ft. of land, lier 
heirs and •• PARTIES 
UNKNOWN.**. Respon- 
dent. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In this proceeding the 
Petitioner seeks to acquire 
by condemnation a tem- 
porary and permanent 
drainage easement on a 
certain parcel of land 
situated in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
for the construction and 
maintenance of that cer- 
tain public street or high- 
way known as INDIAN 
RIVER ROAD PHASfi II 
which property is shown 
aiid described more par- 
ticularly in the petition 
and exhibits attached 
hereto on file in the office 
of the Clerk of this court, 
to which reference is 
hereby made for a full and 
accurate description 
thereof; and for the ap- 
pointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or in- 
terest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a 
result of the taking and 
use thereof by the 
Petitioner. 

For such purposes the 
Petitioner wiU apply to the 
court, on the 1st day of 
Ocotober, 1980, at the 
courthouse thereof, 
Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, VA. at 
9:30 a.m., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may 
be heard, for the appoin- 
tment of commissioners to 
ascertain just compen- 
sation as aforesaid. 

And it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the following 
owners are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, or 
their names and addresses 
are not known and that 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
Petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: 

The heirs of Viola and 
James Smith it is OR- 
DERED that the aforesaid 
owners do appear within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication of this order 
in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and to do what is 
necessary to protect their 
interests; and it is FUR- 
THER ORDERED that if 
any of the above named 
owners desire toa ssert any 
objection or defense to the 
taking or damaging of his 
property or to the jurisdic- 
tion of the Court to hear 
the case and to proceed 
with the appointment of 
commissioners he shall file 
his answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking or 
damaging of his prc^rty 



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the partes or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
Charles M. &dk, Esq. 
MunidpftlCeiter 
Vir^nia ^ch. Va. 23456 

Winsh^^C. Denton, Esq. 
Canoles, Ktastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr ft Rus^, 
A Professional Corp. 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 235 10 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: in the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 13th 
day of August, 1980 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately S2,100 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (James H. 
Capps and Clara E. Cap- 
ps) series of 1980, Defen- 
dants. 

ORDER 

This day came the pain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$2,100,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (James H. Capps 
and Clara E. Capps) 
Series of 1980, tiM l^aUty 
of the purposes for which 
such bonds are to be 
issued and the vaHdity of 
such bonds when issued. 

UPON CONSIDER- 
ATION WHEREOF, IT 
IS ORDERED that the 
Motion for Judgment 
having been filed, a cer- 
tified copy thereof, 
together with a certified 
copy of this order, be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Brach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) days after 
the second publication 
thereof and that thU mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
September 23, 1980, at 
9:00 a.m., in the Circuit 
court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
CharlesM. Salle, Esq. 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Doris S. Hale, D.C. 



VIRGINIA: In the Cfrcuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia Beich 

City of Viri^nla Beach 

Development Authority, 

Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia B^u:h including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the city of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $2,100,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (James H. 
Capps and Clara E. Cap- 
ps) series of 1980, Defen- 
dants. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia fiieach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
•'Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1, 
Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$2,100,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (James H. Capps 
and Clara E. Capps) 
Series of 1980 (the "Bon- 
ds"), to be issued to pay 
the costs of constructing 
and equipping a motel 
facility (the "Facility"), in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Vi^'ginia, to be 
leased or sold by James H. 
Capps and Clara E. Cap- 
ps, (the "Company") and 
states as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly 975, as amended, t^ 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on August 5, 
1980, the Authority adop- 
ted a resolution agreeing 
to undertake the issuance 
of the Bonds upon terms 
and conditions to be 
mutually agreed upon 
between the Authority and 
the Company, with the 
Facility to be leased or 
sold to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their t«"ms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 



constructing and equip- 
l»ng the Fadltty and the 
bsuance of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
boiuls will be valid, legid 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable sotely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof^ in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the jeast 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that 
(1) all proceedings thereto- 
fore taken in connection 
with the authorization or 
issuance of the Bonds are 
legal and valid; (2) the 
Bonds may be issued to 
finance the Facility; (3) 
assuming their due 
authorization, execution 
and delivery, the Bonds 
issued for the Facility will 
be valid, legal and binding 
limited obligations of the 
Authority, and H) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
Charles^M. Salle, Esq. 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 

WinsHip C. Denton. Esq. 
Canoles, Mastracco, mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell, 
A Professional Corp. 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t8/27VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 18th day of August, 
1980. 

Sharon Sue Bodkin 
Thackery, Plaintiff, 
against Alfred Leroy 
Thackery, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is^ 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 



sepaifation. Ami an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and fifed thirt thf defen- 
dam Last known post of- 
fice address it AIMD 
W/C 610 N.A.S. Oceana, 
Virginia, and that due 
diBgmce has been used by 
and on behalf of the plain- 
tiff to ascertain in what 
county of corporaticm the 
defendant is, withcmt ef- 
fect, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
7th of October, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
William J. McMahon 
412 Law Building 
147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
4t9/10VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 18th day of August, 
1980. 

Emilip Panganiban Tan- 
cangco, Plaintiff, against 
Pridlla Ann Tancangco, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa Et 
Thoro to be later merged 
into a divorce A Mensa Et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii at the ex- 
piration of one year's 
separation from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
miKle and filed that the 
defendant's last known 
post office adfkess is 5030 
Gafney Lane, A^. D. 
Virginia Beach, Md that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 7th of Oc- 
tober, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: / 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Berg & Gordon 
P. O. Box 2257 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/10VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 18th day of August, 
19^. 

Anne Catherine Wittner, 
Plaintiff, gainst Hal S. 
Wittner, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divwce a Vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 



grounds of the {N^es 
having ived separate i^ 
^»« wMotit coNMtMlon^ 
«id wi^ottt kif^rapcion 
lor a perM in excess of 
one year, /uid mi affwcMt 
having been made «^ 
filed that tlM defenctent is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 1551 Monmouth 
Drive, San . Diego, 
California, it is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 7th of October, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Berg & Gordon 
2953 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/10VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach on 

the 7th day of August, 

1980. 

Anita Manalo Nelson, 

Plaintiff, against Earl 
James Nelson, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a judgment for sup- 
port arrearage from the 
said defendant. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant last known post 
office address is 1414 
Taureau Court, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and that 
due diligence has Wen 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered thM he do appear on 
or before the 26th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Henry L. Sadler 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia, 23502 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 8th day of August, 
1980. 

Linda Boeke Palokangas, 
Plaintiff, against Russell 
Lee Palokangas, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDERS? - 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of having lived 
separate and apart for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 



not a resi^at of the Stirte 
of Virginia, the last 
known p<Mt office ad^ess 
being c/o RCA Cor- 
por8tk>n, P. O. Box 997 
APO San Francisco, 
California 96555, it is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 29th of Sep- 
tember, 1960, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
H. Lee Addison, III 
P.O. Box 12027 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980. 

Louise Virginia 5mith 
Williams, Plaintiff, again- 
st Jefferson Richard 
Williams, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant last known post of- 
fice address is 2166 Land 
Town, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and one behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, it is or- 
dered that he do app^r on 
or before the 23rd of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
nay be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D'.C. 
Forest A. Nestcr 
J284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of August, 
1980. 

Joseph Burdick MuUikin, 
Plaintiff, against 
Catherine Dellinger 
MuUikin, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virgnia, the last known 
post office «ldress being 
9702 Balsa Avenue, Apa' 



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fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 25 North Lyon 
Street, Batavia, New 
Yorl<, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
23rd of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va, 23452 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City pf Virginia Beach, on 
the 11th day of August, 
1980. 

Beverly Dodson, Plaintiff, 
against Thomas Dodson, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the state of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being c/o Mr. James 
P. Dodson, 1534 East 6th 
Street, Hobart, Indiana 
46342, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
29th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
William F. Burnside 
958 Laskin Roatt 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

4t9/3 VB 

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VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach 
on the 15th day of August, 
1980 

City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners ahd citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximnately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1^0., Defendants. 
<m>ER 

Tte iriaiatiff, by coun- 
sel, having filed Its Motion 



for Judgment seeking 
judicial determination, in- 
ter alia, of the legality of 
the proceedings taken 
regarding up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
bonds (Rose Hall Com- 
pany Facility) Series of 
1980, the legality of the 
purposes for which such 
bonds are to be issued and 
the validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION WHERE- 
OF, IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for 
Judgment having been 
filed, a certified copy 
thereof, together with a 
certified copy of this Or- 
der be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation 
of Virginia Beach, that 
any party defendant 
desiring to reply to said 
Motion for Judgment 
shall do so within ten (10) 
days after the second 
publication thereof, and 
that this matter is set for 
hearing on September 23, 
1980, at 9:15 a.m. in the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
A Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
By Doris S. hale, D.C. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority this 29 
day of July 1980. Plain- 
tiff, 
v. 

Taxpayers, Property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
Non-Residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980, Defendants. 
MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1 Code 
of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, of the validity 
of up to $1,500,000 In- 
dustrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Company Facility) Series 
of 1980 (the "Bonds"), to 
be issued to pay the costs 
of acquiring, construc- 



ting, and equipping an of- 
fice building facility (the 
••Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Rose Hall Company, a 
Virginia general partenr- 
ship (the "Company*') 
and states as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on July 1, 1980. 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agreeing to un- 
dertake the issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the Com- 
pany. #ith the Facility to 
be leased or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their temrs and 
to provdie security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing, 
and equipping the 
Facility and the issuance 
of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or pledge of the faith 
and credit of the com- 
monwealth of Virginia or 
any political subidvision 
thereof, including the 
Authority and the City of 
Virginia Beach, no taxing 
power of any political 
subdivision will be 
pledged to the payment of 
the Bonds, and the Bonds 
will not constitute an in- 
debtedness within the 
meaning of any debt 
limitation or restriction. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
p(»sifole delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (I) 
all proceedings 



theretofore taken m con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
By Charles M. Salle, of 
Counsel 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart. D.C. 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Winship C. Denton 
Canoles. Mastracco. Mar- 
tone. Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorncvs for Plaintiff 
2t8/27 VB ^_ 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 1 3th 
day of August, 1980 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff. 

V. 

Taxpayers^ property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap- 
proximately $1,500,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) Series of 1980. 
Defendants. 

ORDER 

This day came the plain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) Series of 1980, 
the legality of the pur- 
poses for which such bon- 
ds are to be issued and the 
validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CONSIDER- 
ATION WHEREOF, IT 
IS ORDERED that the 
Motion for Judgment 
having been Hied, a cer- 
tified copy thereof. 



together with" a certified 
copy of this order, be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun. a 
newpaper having general 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) days after 
the second publication 
thereof and that this mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
September 23, 1980 at 
9:00 a.m., in the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle, Esq. 
Municipal Center Virginia 
Beach. Va. 23456 
A Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Doris S. Hale, D.C. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
Plaintiff, 
v. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the Issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of Ap« 
proximately $1,300,000 
Industrial Development 
Revenue Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) Series of 1980, 
Defendants. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 

Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia E^ach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6. 
Chapter 5. Title 15.1. 
Code of Virginia of 1950. 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$1,500,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Rose Hall 
Professional Center 
Associates) So'ks of 1980 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
acquiring, constructing 
and equipping an office 
building facility (the 
••Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Rose Hall Professional 
Center Associates, a 
Virginia partnership (the 
••Company") and states 
as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly 975, as amended, of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 



Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation. and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on August 5, 
1980. the Authority adop- 
ted a resolution agreeing 
to undertake the issuance 
of the Bonds upon terms 
and conditions to be 
mutu^ly agreed upon 
betwee^he Authority and 
the Company, with the 
Facility to be l«^d-*t)r 
sold to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their terms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing 
and equipping the Facility 
and the issuance of the 
Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and otho* 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virgii\ia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 



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may be necessary to 

protect his interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

James R. McKenry 

1080 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

4t8/27 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, oi the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
Franklyn A. Vogt, Plain- 
tiff, against M o n a E. 
Vogt, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimcmii form 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and abandonment. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 
Memphis, Tennessee it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 22nd 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk Kimberley A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
William M. MacaU 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 p.q. 

4t8-27VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
dayof August, 1 MO. 
In re: Adoption of Damon 
Stewart Osborne, Jason 
Aaron Osborne 
by: Robert L. Wright, Jr. 
and Trudy Ann Wright, 
Petitioners 

To: Donald H. Osborne 
735 Goldsboro Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Robert 
L. Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named in- 
fant(s), Damon Stewart 
Osborne and Jason Aaron 
Osborne, by Robert L. 
Wright, Jr. and Trudy 
Anne Wright, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Donald H. 
Osborne, a natural parent 
of said child(ren), is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
petitioners to locate the 
natural father, without ef- 
fect, the last known post 
office address being: 735 



Golsboro Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Donald H. 
Osborne appear before 
this Court withing ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
I ask for this: 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Thomas M. Ammons III 
968 South Oriale Dr. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
12th day of August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Natica 
Renelle Lynch 
By: John Richard Dor- 
nan, Petitioners, 
TO: Wesley Semple Free- 
man, Jr., Lynchburg, 
Virginia 

ORDER 

This day came Teresa 
Marie Lynch Dornan and 
John Richard Dornan, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant (s), Natica 
Renelle Lynch, by John 
Richard Dornan and 
Teresa Marie Lynch Dor- 
nan, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Wesley Semple Freeman, 
Jr., a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, that due diligen- 
ce has been used in behalf 
of said petitioners to 
ascertain natural father's 
where abouts and the last 
known post office address 
being: Lynchburg, 
Virginia, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Wesley Sem- 
ple Freeman, Jr. appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Mary Keating p.q. 
Clark &Stant,P.C. 
211 Pembroke Three Bldg 
Pembroke Office Park 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 
4t9/10VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
tch 14th day of August, 

1980. ^ ^ 

City of Virginia Beach, A 



Municipal Corporation 
vs. 

C. A. Bostrom, Norfolk, 
Virginia, and his wife, if 
any there be, whose name 
is unknown; Lizzie Man- 
son, Norfolk, Virginia, 
and her husband, if any 
there be, whose name is 
unknown; Avery Darden, 
Norfolk, Virginia, and his 
wife, if any there be, 
whose name is unknown; 
John M. Seawell and 
Harry A. Seawell, Jr. 817 
Bells Mill Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia, and 
their wives, if any there 
be, whose names are 
unknown; and if any of 
the aforesaid defendants 
be dead, their surviving 
consorts, if any there be, 
their heirs-at-law, next of 
kin, devisees, legatees, 
personal representatives 
and lien creditors, and lien 
creditors of any heirs or 
devisees, etc. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THE CODE OF 

VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that purus- 
ant to an order of this 
Court entered on July 27. 
1970, a sum of money was 
depc^ed with the Clerk 
of this Court for the 
benefit of this cause, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone Who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now 
deposit is $1,068.33, and 
has been deposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the name of the above 
mentioned Chancery 
mater. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
19th of September, 1980. 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Secticm 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman, 
D.C. 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Circuit Court 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23456 
2t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Juvenite and 
Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
13th day of August. IMO. 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia 
In re: 

Sarah Virginia Mitchell, 
Tashaun Mitchell 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this 
proceeding is the ter- 
mination of the residual 
parental rights of Linda 
Mitchell and father of 
both children-unknown to 
their children Sarah 
Virginia Mitchell & Tas- 
haun Mitchell. The con- 
sequences of termination 
of residual parental rights 
are that a parent or paren- 
ts forever relinquish all 
parental rights such as, 
but not limited to, the 
rights to companionship, 
association, religious 
training, education, 
discipline, guidance, 
maintenance and all 
decision making concer- 
ning the childs welfare. 
And further it is to com- 
mit said infant to the care 
and custody of the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Social Services with the 
right of said agency to 
consent to the infant's 
adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Linda Mitchell and father 
of both children-unknown 
is a proper party to this 
proceeding; but due 
diligence has been used to 
asc«tain in what county 
or corporation he is, 
without effect, it is OR- 
DERED that Linda Mit- 
chell and father of both 
children - unknown do 
appear here within 10 days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
their interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
Elizabeth E. Henley, 
Clerk 
Dehor.! h Gray Ashten, 

D.C. 

Chuck Shelton, 

STATE OF VIRGINIA 

City of Virginia Beach, to- 

wit: 

This day personally ap- 
peared before me, 
Deborah Gray Ashton, 
D^uty Clerk in and for 
the state and city 
afor^aid. Chuck Shelton, 
Dept. of Social Services, 
who, being duly sworn, 
stated that the above is 
true to the best of his 
knowledge and belief. 
Deborah Gray Ashton 
Deputy Clerk 
Juv. & Dom. Rel. Dist. 
Court 

CERIFICATEOF 
PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerks Ol lice of the 
Juvenile and Domestic 
Relations Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of August, 

I hereby certify that I 
have this day posted at the 
front door of the Court 
House a copy of the order 
of publication entered in 
the above-styled matter, 
and I on this day mailed a 



copy of said publication 
' duly certified to the per- 
son against whom 
publication is sought at 
the last known post office 
adress, stated in the 
foregoing affidavit, and a 
copy was this mailed to 
Virginia Beach Sun for 
publication. 
Teste: 

Elizabeth E.Henley, 
Clerk 

Deborah Gray Ashton, 
D.C. 

Dept. of Social Services 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
4t9/10VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 5th 
dayof August, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Donald 
Abainza Dorry, an infant 
under* the age of fourteen 
years, by dt>nald Max 
Dorry & Priscilla Abainza 
Dorry, Petitioners. 
TO: William Edward 
Tripp 

29th & Bay Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 

ORDER 

This day came Donald 
Max Dorry and priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, Donald 
Abainza Dorry, bydonald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that William Edward 
Tripp, not the natural or 
adoptive father of the in- 
fant Donald Abainza 
Dorry, is nonetheless the 
lawful husband of Sandra 
A. Tripp, the natural 
mother of the said infant, 
and said William Edward 
Tripp is a nonresident of 
the State of Virginia, and 
that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the said William 
Edward Tripp resides, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 29th & Bay Street, 
Norfolk, Virginia, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said William Ed- 
ward Tripp appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
PhyllisN. Styron, D.C. 
Frank F. Arness, Atty. 
Suite 201. 1200 S. Military 
Highway, 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
23320 
4t9/3VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 4th day of August, 
1980 

Michael Pobat Complain- 
ant, vs. Barbara Pobat 
Respondent, 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an order of 
Court quieting title in the 
following described real 
estate. 

All that certain lot, 
piece or parcel of land, 
with the buildings and im- 
provements thereon and 
the appurtenances 
thereunto belonging, 
lying, situate and being in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and being 
known, numbered and 
designated as Lot 84, as 
shown on the certain plat 
entitled, "Malibu, Section 
l", and said plat being 
duly recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
in Map Book 50, at page 
17. 

That respondent has no 
estate or interest in said 
Real Estate or any part 
thereof; that title of com- 
plainant is good and valid 
and he is the sole owner of 
said property. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been 
used by and in behalf of 
the complainant to ascer- 
tain the whereabouts of 
the respondent without 
success, the last known 
post office address of 
respondent being: 645 
Watertown Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23452, it is ordered that 
Barbara Pobat do appear 
on or before the 25th day 
of September 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-testc: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
R. Thomas Iglehart 
Attorney's and Coun- 
selor's at Law 
762 Independence Blvd. 
Suite 300 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23455 
4t9/3 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 4th day of August, 
19^. 

Linda Louise Tonner 
DeNault, Plaintiff, again- 
st Robert Authur 
DeNauh, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 



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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the28thdayof July, 1980. 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, against Nancye F. 
Bennett. George A. 
Hussey, and George A. 
Hussey, General Contract 
tors, Inc., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a judgment 
against the Defendants for 
the sum of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest, at- 
torneys' fees, and costs 
for a promissory note 
executed by the Defendan- 
ts and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant, George A, 
Hussey is a nonresident 
individual whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1, Kill Devil hills, 
North Carolina 27948; 
and the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractor Inc. is a foreign 
corporation or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion whose last known 
post office address is 
Route 1, Kill Devil Hills, 
North Carolina. It is or- 
dered that Nancye and 
George A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
do appear on or before the 
16th of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell, Plain- 
tiff, vs. Nancye F. Bennett 
5421 Susquehanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 
and 

George A. Hussey 
Last known address: 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills, North 
Carolina 27948 
and 

Geroge A, Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
Last known address: Serve 
George A. Hussey, 
President 
Route 1 

Kill Devil Hills. North 
Carolina 27948, Defen- 
dants. 

MOTION FOR 

JUDGMENT 

TO THE HONORABLE 

JUDGE OF THE 

AFORESAID COURT: 

comes now the Plain- 
tiff. Laura E. Russell and 
brings this action to 
recover money owed by 
the Defendants as follows: 

1 . Plaintiff is a resident 
of Hampton, Virginia. 

2. On or about August 



21, 1974, for value 
received. Defendants 
executed and delivered to 
Plaintiff three promissory 
notes dated July 26, 1974, 
copies of which are at- 
tached hereto and made a 
part hereof, whereby 
Defendants promised to 
pay to the order of Plain- 
tiff, twelve months after 
the date of the notes the 
sum of Eight Thousand 
Dollars ($8,000.00) plus 
interest at the rate of Eight 
Per Cent (8%) per annum. 

3. Plaintiff is and at all 
times mentioned herein 
has been the owner and 
holder of said notes. 

4. Defendants made one 
payment In the amount of. 
Six Hundred Forty 
Dollars ($640.00) which 
represented interest for 
the first year. 

5. Defendants have not 
made any further paymen- 
ts, although more than 
twelve months have 
passed and repeated 
demands have been made. 

6. Under the terms and 
provisions of said notes 
Defendants have agreed to 
apy all costs of collection, 
including attorneys'' fees 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%). 

WHEREFORE, Plain- 
tiff demands judgment 
aginst the Defendants in 
the amount of Eight 
Thousand Dollars 
($8,000) plus interest at 
the rate of Eight Per Cent 
(8%) per annum from 
July 26. 1975, plus attor- 
neys' fees in the amount 
of Twenty-Five Per Cent 
(25%), plus costs incurred 
herein and such other and 
further relief as the court 
may deem just ^nd 
proper. 

Laura E. Russell 
By: Barbara Hays Kamp, 
Of Counsel 

PROMISSORY NOTE 
$8,000; Washington, D.C. 
July 26, 1974. 

On July 26, 1974, for 
value received, the under- 
signed, jointly and 
severally, promise to pay 
to the order of Laura E. 
Russell at 552 Lebaum 
Street, S. E., Washington 
D.C. the principal sum of 
Eight Thousand 

($8,000.00) Dollars with 
interest thereon from July 
26. 1974 the rate of eight 
(8) percent per annum un- 
til paid. 

The makers and endor- 
sers each hereby waives 
the benefit of any exem- 
ption, and all right to 
exemption from 

execution, as to the debt 
evidenced by this 
obligation, and if default 
be made in the payment 
thereof at maturity, 
hereby covenants to pay 
all expenses incurred in 
collecting the same, in- 



cluding an attorney's fee 
at twenty-five (25) percent 
in the event this Note is 
placed in the hands of an 
attorney for collection. 
The makers and endorsers 
each hereby waives 
demand, protest and 
notice of non-payment 
thereof. 

George A. Hussey 
Nancy Bennett 
George A. Hussey 
General Contractor. 1% 
Attest: Nancye F. Beriijpt 
1, George A. Hussiby. 
whose name i^^fsiars 
above as a maker of^thls 
Note. In cosidertilon for 
the signatures of the other 
makers, hereby direct that 
should I die prior to this 
Note having been paid, 
then the entire balance due 
on said Note, principal 
and interest, at the time of 
my death shall! be paid 
from the assets of my per- 
sonal estate and i$ this 
manner do hereby agr^ to 
hold all other makers of 
this Note harmless from 
the liability of payment 
should; my^^ death occur 
prior to this Note having 
been paid. 
George A. Hussey 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 2$th 
dayof July. 1980. 
Laura E. Russell. Plain- 
tiff. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 

George A. Hussey. 

and 

George A. Hussey, 

General Contractors. Inc., 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled suit is to obtain a 
judgment against the 
Defendants for the sum of 
Eight Thousand Dollars 
($8,000.00) plus interest, 
attorneys* fees, and costs 
for a promissory note ex- 
cecuted by the Defendants 
and made payable to the 
Plaintiff herein. 

And, it appearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
law that the Defendant 
George A. Hussey is not a 
resident of this state and 
that the Defendant George 
A. Hussey, General Con- 
tractors, Inc. is a foreign 
corporation or foreign 
unincorporated associa- 
tion, it is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
George A. Hussey and 

George A. Hussey, 

General Contractors, Inc. 

do appear before this 

court on or before the 16 

day of Sept. 1980, and do 

what is necessary to 

protect their interests 

herein. 

Karen A. Kephart, D.C. 

I ask for this: 

Barbara Hays Kamp, p.q. 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Laura E. Russell. Plain- 
tiff, 
vs. 

Nancye F. Bennett, and 
George A. Hussey. 
and 
George A. Hussey. 

General Contractors, Inc.. 
Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION/ 

mUS DAY. UuraE. 
Rusfiell. the above-named 
PUpitiff, personally, Mp- 
pei^ before men. Betty 
T. Akins, a Notary Public 
in and for the City of 
Newport News. State of 
Virginia, in my City, and 
made oath: 

That the Defendant, 
George A. Hussey, is a 
nonresident individual 
whose last known post of- 
fice address is Route 1, 
Kill Devil Hills. North 
Carolina 27948; and 

That the Defendant, 
George , A. Hussey, 
General Contractors, Inc. 
is a foreign corporation or 
foreign unincorporated 
association whose last 
known post office address 
is Route 1. Kill Devil 
Hills. North Carolina 
27948. 

Laura E. Russell 
Taken, subscribed and 
sworn to before me this 
24thdayof July. 1980 
Betty T. Akins 
Notary Public 
My commission Expires 8- 
17-81. 

Barbara Hays Kamp 
Diamonstein, Drucker & 
Kamp 

103 28th Street 
Newport News, VA 23607 
4 t8/27 VB 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Juvenile and Domestic 
Relations District Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 23rd day of 
July, 1980. 
COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA 

In re: Baby Girl Covert 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this pro- 
ceeding is thie termination 
of the residual parental 
rights of kathleen M. 
Covert and William Tague 
to their child, ^by Girl 
Covert. The consequences 
of termination of residual 

parental rights are that a 
parent or parents forever 
relinquish all parental 
rights such as, but not 
limited to, the rights to 
cmnpanionship, associa- 
tion, religious training, 
education, discipline, 
guidance, maintenance 
and all decision making 
concerning the childs 
welfare. And further it is 
to commit said infant to 



the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach Depar- 
tment of Social Services 
with the right of said 
agency to consent to the 
infant's adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Kathleen M. Covert and 
William Tague is a proper, 
party to this proc^ing; 
but die diligence has been 
used to ascotain in what 
county or corporation he 
is, without effect, it is 
ORDERED that Kathleen 
M. Covert and William 
Tague do appear here 
within 10 days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 
Elizabeth £. Henley, 
Clerk 

Alice L. Smith. D.C. 
Karen Williams, 
Dept. Social Services, 
Petitioner 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of July, 1980. 
Marlene Dolores Lee, 
Plaintiff, against Harold 
Stanley Lee, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinctilo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one-year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being Decorah, 
Iowa, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
19th of September, 19^. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W. Leigh Ansell 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t8/27 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
31st day of July, 1980. 
OBJDBKOP 
PUBLICATION 
Jan McCrory Reaves 
Blackburn, Pla i n t i f f , 
against Craig Ains 1 e y 
Blackburn, Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of One Year Sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 



1607 17th Avenue, Beaver 
Falls, Pennsylvania 15010 
it is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
22nd of September, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J. CXirtis 
Fruit, Qerk Kimberley A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
23451 p.q. 
4t8-27VB 

In the Cterk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 29th day of July, 1^0. 
Robert W. Kennemore, 
Plaintiff, against Beatrice 
A. Kennemore. Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et thoro to be later 
merged into a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of Willful deser- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being N. 6 P.D. Sloans 
Trailer Park, Spartan- 
burg, South Carolina, it is 
ordered that Beatrice A. 
Kennemore do appear on 
or before the 19th of Sep- 
tember, 1980. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: - 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel HiU. D.C. 
Dail and Haverson 
6330 Newtown Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 
4t8/27VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of August. 
1980. 

Teresa M. Warren. Plain- 
tiff, against Floyd L. 
Warren, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendnat. upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinuous separation. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 713 Lake 
Edard Drive. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; that after 
a due and diligent search 
to locatrthe defendant at 
said address, the plaintiff 
has been unable to locate 
the defendant. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 22nd of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 



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Margwet L. Blantbn for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from AG-2 
Agricultural District to B-2 Community-Business 
District on certain property located at the Northeast 
corner of Sandbridge Road and Banks Lane, running a 
distance of 262 feet along the North side of Sandbridge 
Road, running a distance of 280 feet along the Eastern 
property Une, running a distance of 182 feet along the 
NOTthem property line and running a distane of 273.50 
feet along the East side of Banks Lane. Said parcel con- 
tains 1 .40 acrw. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
KEMi^VILLE BOROUGH: 

2. An Ordinance upon Application of R ft R Cor- 
poration for a CHANGE GP ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from R-S Residratial District to B- 
2 Community Business District on certain property 
located on the South side of Princess Anne Road begin- 
ning at a point 600 feet more or less East of Providence 
Ro«l, running a distance of 1325.46 feet along the 
South side of Princess Anne Road, running a distance 
of 200 fe^ more or less along the South side of Salem 
Road, running a distance of 796.80 feet along the 
Easton property tine» running a di^ance of 1214.93 feet 
along the Soirthem propeity line and running a distance 
of 933.20 f^ along the Western property Une. Said 
parcel contains 28.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BORCHJOH. 

C0NIMTICH4AL USE PERMIT: 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

3. An Ordfaumce upon Application of Sheldon L. Cor- 
ner for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a colum- 
barittffi on certain i^operty located cm the West side of 
Atlantic Avenue banning at the Western extremity of 
40th Street, running a distance of 722.36 feet along the 
North^n property line, running a distance of 105 feet in 
a Soutberiy dfatction, running a distance of 150 feet in a 
WestCTly ^re^on, running a distance of 95.02 feet 
along the East si(te of HoQy Road, running a distance of 
903.85 fe^ along the Southon property Une and run- 
ning a distance of 180 feet along the West side of Paciflc 
Avenue. Said parcel contains 3.32 acres more or less. 
VIRGINIA ^ACH BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

4. An Ordinance upcm AppUcation of John S. Waller, 
Jr., for a CONDmONAL USE PERMIT for single 
family dweUing on certain porperty located on the Nor- 
th side of Planters Lane beginning at the Eastern ex- 
tremity of Pafaiters Ume, running a distance of 743 feet 
along the North side of Paint«^ Lane, running a distan- 
ce of 2470 feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 600 feet more or less in an Easterly 
dh-ection, ruiming a distance of 940 feet more or less in 
a Southwesteriy dhrection running a distance of 150 feet 
in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 450 fe^ in 
a Southwest^ly direction, running a distance of 80 feet 
in i^ortheasterly direction, running a distance of 365 
feet in a Southerly direction, and running a distance of 
1048.56 feet more or less in a Southwesterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 24.084 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

5. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elemeits of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce. Subdivision for Mary G. Br^man. Property located 
on the North dde of Mill Landing Road, 1302.63 feet 
EAst of Stone Road. Plats with more detaUed infor- 
mation are availabte in the Department of Planning. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
DepartmeiU of Planning. 

RutfaHo(^&nith 

atyCterk 

2t9/3 VB 



In the C^k's Office of 
the Cinmit Court of the 
aty of Yttgt^ Besch« on 
the 14th day of August, 
1980. 

Bonnie Kforie C. Wdfe, 
PUuntiff, ^nst Midiael 
Aaron W<rtfe, Detoidant. 
(MIE^ROF 
PUBLICATION 
TTiecrtsjectofthissuitis 
for tl» saki pontiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a n»nsa et 
thoro to be later m^^ 
into an vinculo 



HMitrimomi from the said 
defendant upon the 
growids 0( constructive 
desertion. And an af- 
fi^vit hav^ beei iMde 
and filed diat the defen- 
ctent is mM a rtwtait of 
the State of ^^i^, the 
UM known po^ o^ce ad- 
dre» befaig 407 B^ison 
Avenue, Glenolden, Pen- 
nsylvattia, it is ordo-ed 
that he do an>ear on or 
before the 1st of October, 
1980» aad do wl^t may be 



necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curds Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
A. Joe Canada, Jr. 
508.D North Birdneck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t9/10VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vir^ia Beach, on 
the 19th day of August, 
1980. 

Teresa Jean Farrenholz, 
Plaintiff, against Robert 
C. farrenholz. Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob* 
tain a IMvorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a residrat of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 3483 W. 56th 
Street, Cleveland, Ohio 
44102 it is ordered that 
Kobtrt C. Farrenholz do 
appear on ot before the 
8th of October, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest In 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Suite 200 

Plaza Square Building 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 
4t9/17 VB 



In the Cla-k's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of August, 
1980. 

Darlene Michelle Schaefer 
Jacobs, Plaintiff, against 
Ronald Lane Jacobs, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation in 
excess of one ymr pur- 
suant to Se^ion 20-91 of 
the Code of Vh^nia. Ami 
an affidavit Invii^ been 
made and fited that the 
(tefendant is not a resM^it 
of the Suite of VirgMa; 
the b»t known post offl^ 
address ^ing Internal 
Security, N.A.S. WhSting 
Field, Milton, Flordia 
32570, it is ordered thirt he 
do anieir on or bef on the 
1st of October, 1980, md 
(to what may be nec^Mry 
to protect his inter«t in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit* deck 



Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
Thomas Broyles 
Pacific Ave. at 35th St. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t9/10VB 



VIRGIINIA: In the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 5th 
dayof August, 1980. 
IntheMatt«-of 
The Estate of 
Charies Aptner, deceased 

SHOWCAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
WiUiam Aptner and Joe 
MUler, co-executors of the 
Estate of Charles Aptnef, 
decea^, and of the debts 
and denuuids against said 
estate has been filed in the 
Clerk*8 Office of this 
Court and that more than 

UK months have elapsed 
since the qualification of 
said personal represen- 
tives, on motion of said 
personal representatives it 
is ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and aU others 
interested in, the estate do 
show cause, if any. they 
can, at lOKX) a.m. on the 
22nd day of August, 1980, 
befbre this Court at its 
courtroom against the 
pigment and deUvery 6f 
the esute of Charles Apt- 
ner, deceased, to the 
l^atees named in thetriH, 
without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this order be 
pubUshed once a week for 
two succ^sive weeks in 
the Vir^nia Beach Sun, a 
newspap^ published and 
having general circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Robert H. Powell, III 
WilUams, WorrcH, Kelly 
ftGreer 

1700 Virginia national 
Bank Building 
r^rfolk, Virginia 235 10 
2t8/20VB 



VIRGINIA: In tlw Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virgin^ Beach toan F. 

Francis, an infant, etc.. 

Plaintiff. 

v. 

Carl L. Edmonds, Jr.^ et 

alrDtfoutant. 

ORDER 
The object of this 
Petiticm is to effect the 
transfer, ]>ayroent and 
deUvery of the sum of 
^,341.09, presently held 

by Josej^ L. Lyie, Jr., 
Guardian for Brian F. 
Francis, to the foragn 
^udtan for said infant, 
Philip M. Francis, a 
re^#atipf,C€rf^ Coun- 



ty, Florida, to authorize 
the said foreign guardian 
to receive all money or 
personal property which 

belongs to the said infant 
in like manner as if he 
were appointed a guardian 
for said infant in this 
state, and to remove said 
funds and property to the 
State of Florida, in which 
said foreign guardian was 
appointed and qualified. 

AU parties affected by 
such removal are hereby 
directed to appear and 
protect their interests, if 
any, in said funds or 
property. It is further 
ORDERED that a true 
cc^y of the foregoing Or- 
der be, publi^ed once a 
week for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in The 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper of general cir- 
culation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Karen Kephart, D.C. 

Pickett, Spain and LyIe, 

P.c. 

101 N. Lynnhaven Rd. 

Va. Beach. Va. 23452 

4t9/3VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of August , 
1980. 

WilUam Andrew Georges, 
Plaintiff, against Glenda 
Sue Georges, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of thk suit if 
sofr the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a m^sa 
et thoro to be later merged 
into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last Icnown post office 
address being c/o Mrs. W. 
L. Braehaw, Box 41, 
Lynn, North Carolina 
28750, it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 29th of September, 
1^). and do what may be 
necessary to prefect her 
interest in this suit. 
Acopy-T«tc: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Cterk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
A. Canacte. Jr. 
S08-D North Birdneck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
4t9/3VB 



In the Cleric's Office of 

the Ciraut Comt of the 

City of Vi^nm Beadi, on 

the 5th day of Auput, 

IMO. 

Rebecca Futrell 



Holloman, Plaintiff, 
against Robert Charles 
Holloman, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo Matrimonii from the 
said Defendant, upon the 

grounds of one year 
separation. And an- 
ffidavit having been nrade 
and filed that the ctefen- 
dant is not a readent 6( 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 18711 NE3rd 
Apt. 216, North Miami 
Beach, FL 33162, it is or- 
dered that Robert Charles 
Holtoman do appear on or 
before the 26th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Unda Noel Hill, D.C. 
Barry L. Jenkins 
156 Newtown Road 
Suite A4, 
Va. Beach, Va. 
4t9/3 VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on this 
15th day of August, 1980 
IN RE: EsUte of Jesse H. 
Daniel, Deceased 
ORDER 

IT APPEARING TO 
THE COURT that a 
report of the accounts of 
the personal represen- 
tative of the estate of Jesse 
H. Daniel, deceased, and 
of the debts and demands 
against the estate have 
been filed in the Clerk's 
Office of this Court and 
that more than six months 
have elapsed since the 
qualification of the per- 
sonal representative, on 
motion of Effie Corine 
Daniel. Executrix, 

IT IS ORDERED that 
the Creditors of said 
decedent and his estate, 
and all other persons in- 
terested in said estate ap- 
pear in this Court on Sep- 
tember 10, 1980, at 10:00 
a.m. and show cause 
against the payment and 
delivery of the estate 
without refunding bond to 
the legatee of the said 
estate. 

A (K>py of tfiis Ordo- 
shall be pulished once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia Beah 
Sun, a newspaper 
pttbUshed in the dty of 
VIrpnia ^ach, Virghua. 
A<^»nrTeste: 
J.CunMFruit,Cterk 
J^inette S. Joms, D.C. 
AtoiandM- P. Smith, 
SiwthttrfOvmtt 
i^Montic^oAicMle, 
t'^>rfolk,Vwp^, 23510 
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feet more or less along the Northern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 200 feet along the Eastern property 
line and running a distance of 600 feet along the North 
side of E Street. Said parcel contains 3.7 acres more or 
less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

4. An Ordinance upon Application of David I. Levine, 
et al for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from A-1 Apartment District to A- 
4 Apartment District on certain property located 300 
feet East of Great Neck Road beginning at the Eastern 
extremity of Lynnhaven Avenue, running a distance of 
650 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance 
of ISO feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance 
of 520.56 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 682.72 feet in a Southeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 208 feet in an Easterly direction, 
running a distnace of 81 .60 feet in a Southerly direction, 
running a distance of 180 feet in an Easterly direction, 
running a distance of 805.67 feet in a southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 339.73 feet along the 
Northern boundary of Long Creek, running a distance 
of 269.19 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 988.57 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 890 feet in a Northwesterly direc- 
tion, running a distance of 300 feet in a Westerly direc- 
tion and running a distance of 600 feet in a North- 
westerly direction. Said parcel contains 44.09 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

5. An Ordinance upon Application of Lyle G. and 
Eunice M. Wermers for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from R-5 Residential 
District to R-8 Residential District on certain property 
located at the Northeast corner of South Lynnhaven 
Road and Pritchard Road, running a distance of 
146.16 feet along the North side of South Lynnhaven 
Road, running a distance of 720.62 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 143.70 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 699.27 feet along the East side of Pritchard Road. 
Said parcel contains 2.375 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH, 

6. An Ordinance upon Application of T. M. and Jean 
T. Malbon for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from Ag-2 Agricultural District to 
R-8 Residential District on certain property located on 
the South side of Dam Neck Road beginning at a point 
255 feet more or less East of the intersection of Dam 
Neck Road and Dwyer Road, running a distance of 
52.40 feef along the South side of Dam Neck Roftd, 
running a distance of 509.49 feet in a Southerly direc- 
tion, running a distance of 273.91 feet in an Easterly 
direction, running a distance of 515.58 feet in a Nor- 
therly direction, running a distance of 167.27 feet along 
the South side of Dam Neck Road, running a distance 
of 600 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 440 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
460 feet more or less in a Southwesterly direction, run- 
ning a distance of 100 feet in a Northerly direction, run- 
ning a distance of 512.49 feet in a North^'esterly direc- 
tion, running a distance of 130.69 feet along the South 
side of Dwyer Road, running a distance of 176.76 feet in 
a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 269.65 - 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
200.03 feet in an Easterly direction and running a 
distance of 515.52 feet in a Northerly direction. Said 
parcel contains 9.114 acres more or less. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

7. An Ordnance upon Application of T. M. and Jean 
T. Malboii for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from Ag-1 Agricultural District to 
R-8 Residential District on certain property located 600 
feet South of Dam Neck Road b^inmiig at a pdnt 640 
feet more or tess East of the intersecticM of Dun Neck 
Road and Dwyer RomI, runntoi a disUuice of 2781^ 
feet along the Eastern property line, running a ctistance 
of 2120.89 feet along the Southern property Une, tun- 
ning a distance of 2386.28 feet akmf the Western 
property Une and running a distance of 900 feet more or 
less along the Northern property line. S«d parcel con- 
tains 77.665 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. An Ordinance upon Application for Doris B. Rofen 
and Eleanor B. Rashkind for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from B-2 Community- 
Business [^strict to A-3 Apartment District on certain 
property looited at the Southwest corner of ftiko- R^Hid 
and Lake Edward Drive, running a distance of 600 feet 
along the South side of Lake Edward Drbe, running a 
distance of 6^.Sl fe«t along the Western property line 
running a distance of 450.46 feet along the Southern 



property line, running a distance of 100 feet in a Nor- 
therly direction, running a distance of 180 feet in an 
Easterly direction, and running a distance of 587.21 feet 
along the West side of Baker Road. Said parcel contains 
9.620 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

9. An Ordinance upon Application of Martin L. Rosen 
and Julian Rashkind for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from A-2 Apartment 
District to A-3 Apartment District on certain property 
located on the South side of Lake Edward Drive bt^n- 
ning at a poi|#600 feet West of Baker Road, running a 
distance ofi6o feet more or less along the South side of 
Lake Edward Drive, running a distance of 600 feet more 
or less in a Southeasterly direction and running a distan- 
ce of 310 feet along the Eastern property line. Said par- 
cel contains 2.774 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

10. An Ordinance upon Application of Cox Cable of 
Tidewater, Inc. for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 
for a cable television communication tower on certain 
property located on the South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard beginning at a point 620 feet more or less 
West of Phillip Avenue, running a distance of 330.80 
feet along the Northern property line, running a distan- 
ce of 345.95 feet along the Western property line and 
running a distance of 295.32 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 1.120 acres. LYN- 
NHAVEN BOROUGH. 

1 1 . An Ordinance upon Application of Solar Wash, 
Inc., for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a car 
wash on certain property located on the South side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 190 feet 
West of Brian Avenue, running a distance of 186. 12 feet 
along the South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 160.98 feet along the Western proper- 
ty line, running a distance of 163.83 feet along the Nor- 
th side of Holland Road, running a distance of 52.82 
feet In an Easterly direction and running a distance of 
197.05 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains .076 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

12. An Ordinance upon Application of National Pride 
Equipment, Inc. for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 
for a car wash on certain property located on the South 
side of Laskin Road beginning at a point 390 feet West 
of Village Drive, running a distance of 105. 10 feet along 
the South side of Laskin Road, running a distance of 
245 feet along the Western property line, running a 
distance of 1^ feet along the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 250 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains .63 acre. LYN- 
NHAVEN BOROUGH. 

13. An Ordinance upon Application of Donald G. Wdf 
for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a muffler 
shop on certain property located on the South side of 
Indian River Road beginning at a point 618 feet West of 
Clinton Street, running a distance of 65 feet along the 
South side of Indian River Road, running a dIsUnce of 
50 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance 
of 45.46 feet In a Northwesteriy direction, running a 
distance of 33. (^ feet In a Southwesterly direction, run- 
ning a distance of 130 feet in a Southeasterly direction 
and running a distance of 154 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains .25 acre. KEM- 
PS VILLE BOROUGH. 

14. An Ordinance upon Application of S. M. Riggs and 
Richard E. GaUoway for a CONDITIONAL USE 
PERMIT for retail seafood sales on certain property 
located on the West side of Mediterranean Avenue 
beginning at a point 50 feet South of 18th Street, run- 
mng a disUncc of 100 feet along the West side of 
Medherrai^an Avenue, running a distance of 100 feet 
along the Soi^m property Une, running a distance of 
100 feet along the Western property line and nmmng a 
distance of 100 feet along the Northern property Une. 
Said parcel contains .22 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH 
IK>R0UGH. 

15. An Ordinance upon Application of Geor^ B. 
Wilson for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a 
cemetary on certain property located on the East side of 
HoUand R(^d beginning at a point 3300 feet South of 
North Landstown Road, running a distance of 361.54 
feet along the East side of HoUand Rc^d, running a 
distance of 853.88 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 321.04 feet In a Southeasterly 
dlrectiwi. running a distance of 133.62 feet In a Nor- 
theasterly direction, running i distance of 503.14 feet in 
a Southeriy dtrectlmi, running a disUm^e of 240 feet in 
an Elderly direction, running a distance of 444.73 feet 
in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 177.36 



feet In a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
1964.59 feet In an Easterly direction, running a distance 
of 3050.87 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 362.55 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 123 feet in a Northeasterly direc- 
tion and running a distance of 2213.13 feet in a South- 
westerly direction. Said imrccl contains 110.881 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

16. An Ordinance upon AppUcation of Word of Life 
Christian Center for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 

for a church on certain property located on the East 
side of Princess Anne Road beginning at a point 310 feet 
more or less South of Edwin Drive, running a distance 
of ^ feet along the East side of Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 300 feet more or less in t Nor- 
theasterly directio, running « distance of 500 feet in a 
Northwesteriy direction, running a distance of 180 feet 
more or less alon| the South side of Edwin Drive, run- 
ning a distance of 180 feet In a Southeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 20 feet in a Northeasterly direc- 
tion, running a distance of 170 feet In a Southeasterly 
direction and running a distance of 170 feet in a South- 
westerly direction. Said parcel contains 2.6 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
STREET CLOSURE: 

17. Application of Joseph C. Webb, III and Angela A. 
Webb for the discontinuance, closure and abandonment 
of a portion of Indian Run Road beginning on the West 
side of Graham Road, running a distance of 246.08 feet 
along the Northern property Une, running a distance of 
50.14 feet along the Western property Une, running a 
distance of 243.67 feet along the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 50 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains .281 acre. LYN- 
NHAVEN BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENTS: 

18. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 
1 , Section 1 1 1 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to the definition of nonconforming ngns. 
More detailed Information is available in the Depw- 
tm^t of Planning. 

19. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virgbinia, to amend and reordain Ar- 
ticle 2, Section 215 of the Comprehen^ve Zoning Or- 
dinance pertaining to nonconforming signs. More 
detailed information is available in the Department of 
Planning. 

20. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia to amend aiui reordain Article 
5, Section 573 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to the R-8 Residential District. More detaUed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

21. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend the Master Street 
and Highway Plan relatii^ to the proposed interch»ige 
at Great Neck Road and Shore Drive, the right-of-way 
on Oceana Boulevard north of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, and the right-of-way on Shore Drive east of 
Seashore State Park and west of Atlantic Avenue. More 
detaUed information Is available in the Department of 
Planning. 

22. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Bei^h, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

1, Section 107 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to amendments. More detailed information Is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

23. Motion of the Planning Commisaon of the City of 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

2, Section 220 of the Compr^nsive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to procedural re<iuiranents. More dialled 
information is available in the Departmoit of Planning. 
AU interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 

IMrector of Plannii^ 

2t9/3 VB 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
Vir^a: 

The r^ular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
wUl be h^ In the Council Chambers of the City Hall 
Building. Municipal Center, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on Monday, September 15, 
1980, at 2:00 p.m., at which time the following ap- 
plications wiU 1^ heard: 

CHAN<iE OF ZONING DISTRICT 

CLASSIFICATION: 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 
1. An Ordinance upon Application of Malcolm R. and 



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NOTICE OF PUBUC HE ARING 

Hie Tirginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a PubUc Ifcaring on Wednesday. September 3, 
1980, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Buflding, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Hie staff briefing will be at 7:00 p.m. 
in the aty Manager's Conference Room. The Mowing 
applications will appear on the agenda. 
REGUIAR AOBNDA: 

1. Larnnhaven Mall Company requests a variance to 
allow the center identificaUon to have three (3) tuxs 
instead (tf two<2) faces as allowed and to allow a tenant 
(heaters) to have a free-standing sign where prohibited 
on Parcels B. Q D, O, F. H A I, Mmnhaven MaU Area, 
South l^fnahavea Road and South lamnhaven Parkway. 
Princess Amie Borough. 

2. First Coionnl Medical Prc^ssional Buildings 
request a variance to use R-4 (Residential) zoned land 
for ingress and egress to an O-l (OH^) zoned land 
(First Colonic Office Complex) where prohibited on a 
Parcel, Subdivision (tf Mary S. Maddox and Joseph M. 
Spruill, Wolftnare Road east of First Colonial Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Word of life Chrntian Center requests a variance 
to allow a church to operate on less than three (3) acres 
of land as r^iuired (4200 square foot store in shopinng 
center) on Pttcel A-1 , Subdivision of Property d Albert 
L Bonney, Ihistee, Larkspur, southeast comer of 
Princess ^me Road and Edwin Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

4. Paul K. and Elizabeth Kessler, Jr. request a variance 
of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 
foot fence as allowed in a requhred side yard adjacent to 
a street (E<toburf Drive) on Lot 43, Kings Point, 501 
Princes ^ Wales Drive. lynnhaven Borough. 

5. Janet Lee Owens re<piests a variance of 5 feet to a 3 
foot side yard setback (north side) and of 3 feet to a 3 
foot rear yard setback instead oi 10 feet each as^ 
required (swimmiiitf pool) on Lot 34, Block 34, Bkxk 10, 
Diamond Springs Home, 1908 Moody Road. Bayside 
Borough. 

6. Best Pnxhicts Co., be. requests a variance of 136 
square feet of sign area to 281^ square feet of sign area 
per feoe for the free-standing sign instead oi 125 square 
feet per fece as aDowed and of 13 feet in height to 37 
feet in height for the free-standing sign as allowed and 
of 7 feet to a '*0" setback from the street 
(Independence Boulevard) instead of 7 feet as required 
on Parcels 1, 2, 3, ft 4, Subdivision ctf Property o^ 
Alphonzo T. Swann, et ux, et al, Pocahontas Village 
Area, 217 S. faidependenoe Boulevard. Kempsville 
Borough. 

7. William H. Henry requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead (tf a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a side yard adjacent to a street (Henley 
Landing) on Lot 16, UockC, Section 1, Part 1, Stratford 
Chase, 5145 Stratford Chase Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

8. R. 0. and F. S. Bashford request a variance of 7 feet 
to a 3 foot side yard setback (south side) instead oi 10 
feet as required on Lot 87, Section 5-C, Kings Grant, 
705 Oxford Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

9. Carleton J. Smith, III requests a variance (^5 feet to 
a 5 foot rear yard setback instewi ci 10 feet as required 
(s winuning pod) on Lot 7, Block M, Section 2, Fox Run, 
4717 Marlborough Drive. KempsviBe Bortiugh. 

10. M. M. Kfidgett requesu a variance of 17 feet 6 
inches to a 2 foot 6 inch side yard setback (west side) 
instead of 20 feet as required (accessory building) on 
Parcel B-l, Uttle Neck, 3860 Utde Neck Point Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

1 1 . Nancy C CaroUo reqiwsts a variance of 13 feet to a 
17 foot setback from Kempsville Road (through lot) 
instead <tf 30 feet as required (swunming pool) on Lot 
30. Block E. Section 1, Fairfield, 620 Pleasant HaU 
Drive. Kempsvilfe Borough. 

12. John Woodard, Jr., toe. requeste a variance oi 3 
feet toa 43 foot front yard setback imtead <rf50 feet as 
required on Lot 9, Bkxk B, Section 1, Middle 
Plantation, yfn WHddte Plantation Quay, lynnhaven 
Boroi^. 

13. C Random Zehawr requeste a vitfiance of 20 feet 
to a 30 foot front jnwd setbiK:k instead of 30 feet as 
required and crf3 feet to a 20 foot side ywti adjacent to a 

street (Sea Sdlpe Road) instead of 23 feet as required 
on Lot 28, TYact D, Section 2, Sandbridge Bc«A, 3360 



Sandfiddler Road. Princess Anne Borough. 
14. John H. Gturis, Jr. requests a variance of 13 feet to 
a 7 foot rear yard setback instead of 20 feet as required 
and of 19.69 percent of lot coverage to 39.69 percent of 
lot coverage instead of 40 percent of lot coverage as 
allowed on Lot 2, Site G, Phase 1, Cripple Oreek 
Townhouses, 329 Cripple Creek Court. Lynnhaven 
Boroi^h. 

13. Joe C^osswhite and BiU M. douthat request a 
variance to allow parking in the required 10 foot setback 
from the alley (north side) where prohibited and of 3 
parking spaces to 3 parking spaces instead oi6 parking 
spaces as required (office space) and to allow vehicle 
manuevering directly incidental to entering or leaving a 
parking space on a public right of way (alley) on Lot 6, 
Block 12, Virginia Beach, 2U 11th Street. Virgima 
Beach Borough. 

16. Marsha Lynn Building (corporation requests a 
variance of 8 feet toa 12 foot rear yard setback instead 
of 20 feet as required (trellis and deck) on Lot 2, Block 
T, Section 1, Townhomes of Chimney Hill, 3603 
Chimney Creek. Kempsville Borough. 

17. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation requests a 
variance of 20 feet to a "O** rear yard setback instead of 
20 feet as required (trellis and deck) on Lot 2, Block T, 
SecUon 1. Townhomes of Chimney Hill, 3601 Chimney 
Creek. Kempsville Borough. 

18. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation requests a 
variance of 20 feet to a "0" rear yard setback instead of 
20 feet as required (trellis and deck) on Lot 3, BAock T, 
Section 1, Townhomes of Chimney Hill, 3605 Chimney 
Creek. Kempsville Borough. 

19. M. E. Darrow requests a variance of 10 feet to a 20 

foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 

(screened in deck) on Lot 137, Section IB South, 

Sandbridge Shores, 312 Pintalil Crescent. Princess 

Anne Borough. 

ALL APPUCANTS MUST APTOAR BEF(»IE THE 

BOARD. 

W. L Towers 

Secretary 

2t8/27VB 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The r^ular meeting of the Coundl of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall 
Building, Municipal Center, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on Monday September 8, 
1980, at 2:00 p.m., at which time the following ap- 
plications will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 
lynnhaven borough: 

1. An Ordinance upon Application of Mason Construc- 
tion Company, Inc., for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from R-6 Residential 
District to A-3 Apartment District on certain property 
located on the North side of Old Virginia Beach Road 
beginning at a pcnnt 35 feet West of Barberton Drive, 
running a distance of 210 feet along the Horth side of 
Old Virginia Beach Road, running a distance of 127.54 
feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 22.71 
feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
119.56 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance 
of 35 feet along the South sdie of A Street, running a 
distance of 105 fe^ in a Southerly direction, running a 
distance of 186.43 feet in an Easterly direction and run- 
mag a dii^ance of 92.73 feet along the Eastern property 
tine. Said parcel cmitains. .69 ttctt, LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

CX)NDrn(M^AL U^ PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

2. An Ordinaire upon AiH^ioition of Coloniat-Laskin 
Associates for a CONDITICH^AL USE PERMIT for 
recreirtional and amusen^ fa^tie of an outdoor 
nature and an arcade buikK^ on cert^ property 
kKUtd on the North side of the Vir^ma Baidi-N<Nf <rfk 
Expr^sway btfindi^ at a p<rfnt 665 feet West (rf Rrst 
Colonial Road, runnii^ a distai^ of 737 feet alcMm the 
North siife of the Vir^nUi Beach-Norfolk Ej^f^sway, 
runmng a distance of 590 feet mwe or less aloi^ ^ 
Western i^opmy Une, runmng a distam^ of 760 feet 
more or less a^ig the Northern |V(^>&ty line and run- 
ning a distance of 5^ feet 9km§ ^ Ea^mi ptepmy 
line. Sttd pared (»ntaim 10 ^res. LYNNHAVEN 



BOROUGH. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

3. An Ordinance upon Application of Trustees and 
Members of St. John AME Church for a CON- 
DITIONAL USE PERMIT for a church on certiart 
property located at the Southwest corner of Lawrence 
Drive and Goodman Road, running a distance of 31 1.8 
feet along the West side of Lawrence Drive, running a 
distance of 416.74 feet along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 312 feet along the Western proper- 
ty tine and running a distance of 40.4 feet along the 
South side of Goodman Road. Said parcel contains 2.92 
acres. BAYSIDE K)ROUGH. 

SUBDIVISION yARL\NCE: 

4. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elemoits of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for Charles R. Malbon, Jr., and John F. 
Malbon. Property located at the Northwest intersection 
of Holly Road and West Holly Road. Plats with more 
detailed information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

5. App^ from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce, Subdivision for Harry Jeavons. Property located at 
the Northeast comer of Five Point Road and Rose Hall 
Drive. Plats with more detailed information are 
available in the Department of Planning. 
VACATION OF PLAT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

6. An ^dinance upon Application of Robert Davis for 
the vacation of all that certain portion of the plat of 
"Subdivision of property of S. G. Keeting Estate, Lyn- 
nhaven Borough, Virginia Beach, Virginia, October 12, 
1971", recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginui. in Map 
Book 90, at page 17, designated as "The Northern 95.05 
feet of West Little Neck Road as shown on Plat of 
vacation of portion of West Little Neck Road, Lyn- 
nhav^m Borough, Virginia Beach, Vir^nia, June 30, 
1980.** More detailed information is available in the 
Dq>artment of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
Plats with more detailed information on the above ap- 
locations are available in the Department of Planning. 
Ruth Ho(^ Smith 

atyOerk 

2t8/27 VB _ 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Planning Commission wiU hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, September 9, 1980 at 12;00 
Noon, in the Council Chaiybers of the City HaU 
Building, Princess Anne courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. A briefing session wiU be held at 9:30 a.m. in 
the Planning Department Conference Room, 
Operations Building. PLANNING COMMISSION 
ACTION IS NOT A FINAL DETERMINATION OF 
THE APPLICATION, BUT ONLY A RECOMMEN- 
DATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL AS THE 
VIEWPOINT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION. 
FINAL DETERMINATION OF THE APPLICATICW 
IS TO BE MADE BY CITY COUNCIL AT A LATER 
DATE, AFTER PUBLIC NOTICE IN A 
NEWSPAPER HAVING GENERAL CIRCULATION 
WITHIN THE CITY. The following applications wiU 
aiH>ear on the a^nda: 
REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

1. Appeal from Dedsions of Administrative Officii in 
repurd to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordinan- 
ce. SidKiivision for John R. Colaprete. Property located 
at the Souti^m extremity of Knotu Island Road. Plau 
with more dialled information are availaUe in the 
Department of Ptennii^. 

2. A^ptm^ from Ded^ms of Adrnvii^ative Offices in 
regard to certi^n dement of the Sub<ttvi^m Orcttnan- 
ce. SiibdivisioB f or Donna B. Paxson. Pr<^>erty looked 
OR the E^t ^ of Prkices AnneAoMl* 1267 feet South 
of Pui^ Ferry kotd. Ptets wiA more d^Hed infor- 
BMrtion are available in tl^ Deparonent of Mamliv. 
ONIANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATICW: 

3. An Ordinaace upon Applfeation of Robert L. Sim- 
pson, Sr., f(^ a OIANOE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLA^IFICATKm htm A-1 ApartmeM I^trk^ to 
A-3 Aptftai^rt D^ttkt on o«tala |Nt>perty located tA 
the l^vthe^ oonm ^si Bvberton Drive ami E &reet, 
running a dist«K:e of 340 feet mcwe et k» aloi^ the 
East ndt d Barberton Drive, runnii^ a di^ai^ ol S^ 



26 Virginia Bcaqh Sun. Wednesday, Ai^ust 27, 1980 



iPOBBos Emw \^mmm{^\i} m^ 



2-Special Notices 



CRIME-LAWLESSNESS In- 

creasing. Matthew 24:12. Protect 
your property, self, family, the 
poor man's way. Free details - 
Security, PO. Box 4644, Nor- 
folk. Va. 23523. 
2 4t9-10 

GOiUtLA SHOW! Remember 
the boxing and wrestling chimin? 
A new book is just out about the 
history of the Gorilla Show. 
Paperbacks - SI3.S0. Hardbacks 
- $16.00. Copies can be had (post 
imid) by sending check or money 
order (no cash or stamps please) 
to: Noell's Ark PublUher, P. O. 
Box 396, Tarpon Springs, 
Florida 33589. 80 Pages of 
Photographs! 
2 Attk.jn 

BEAT THE MONDAY morning 
blahs! Action, Fun. 9:M Mon- 
day morning. Bowling League - 
Teams or Individuals. Indian 
River Lanes. Call 421-2336. 
2 4t9-i8 

WANTED: YOUR UN- 

NEfBED food coupons! Don't 
thrcrw them away, convert than 
to cash. For free information 
write: SWAR, BOX 2400. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452. 
2 4t9-I7 



6- Aulomohilt's lor Sale 



CARS - 1973 Capri, 4 speed, new 
inspection, very good shape, new 
paint, $1495. 1972 Pinto, hatch- 
back, $695. Volkswagon Beetle, 
1967, 4 speed, excellent con- 
dition, new paint, $995. 853- 
7656. 853-7657. 
6 4t9-2 

PONTIAC . 1973 LEMANS. 

low mileage, good condition, 

air coiKlitioning, power steering^ 

power brakes. $850. Call 466- 

88%. 

6 4t9-I7 

. I . I ■ -I — I ar — — ■ ■ — — 

PONTIAC - 1974, FIREBIRD, 6 

cylinder, new tires, AM/FM 
stereo, CB radio, good con- 
dition, $1400. Call 428-4832 
anytime. 
6 4t9-17 

VEGA - 1974,' AM/FM stereo 
cassette, Heade^ Holley 2 barrel, 
clean throughout, good con- 
dition, great ^ save. $1000. 
583-3709. 
6 4t9-I7 

CORVETTE - lf7«. Conver- 
tible. 350, automatic, air con- 
ditioning, power steering, new 
paint and tires, new inspection, 
$4295. Call 487-7333 or nights. 
487-5461. 
6 4t9-47 

CORVETTE -1979, light blue, 
with blue interior, loaded, low 
mileage. $10,750. 468-6569. 
6 4t9-l7 

FIAT - 1975, 124 Spider, con- 
vetible, AM/FM stereo, luggage 
rack. 5 speed, mag wheels, new 
punt, runs good. Call between 4 
[m and 7 pm. 484-2944. 
6 ; 4t9-l7 

AIAASSAOOR Sution Wagon 
• 1974. very good comfition, 
S650. 399-8273. 
g 4t9-2 

CADILLAC • 1973, Coupe 

DeVJlle, very good ccmdition, 

42.000 miles, %1400 or best offo-. 

480-1960. 

6 4t8-27 

fWMONTO-PBBtOM- 



6-\iih>mi»bih's tor Nalc 



TOYOTA - 1971 COROLLA, 2 

door, aut(miatic, like new. $3950 

or best offo'. 497-6010. 

6_ 4t9-10 

PONTIAC • 1979 GRAND Prix. 
8500 miles, air conditioning, 
AM/FM stereo, all options. Like 
new, $6000. CaU 499-1973. 
6 4t9-10 

PONTIAC LEMANS • 1972 

station wagon, new belted tires, 
driver's door dama^, body in 
fair condition, always reliable. 
$S00. 490-2840. 
6 2t8-27 

LINCOLN . 1975 MARK IV, 

perfe^ condition, Landui roof, 

call 480-3570, or 467-3122. 

6 4t9-10 

PINTO STATION WAGON - 

1976, air conditioned, power 
brakes, power steering, 
automatic transmission, 6 cylin- 
der, luggage rack, dark brown, 
excellent condition, $2795. 340- 
8793. 
6 4y9-3 

BUICK • 1959, Classic, top con- 
dition, lots of extras, $590 or 
best offer. 481-161 until 10 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

MUSTANG • 1966. top con- 
dition, all original parts, low 
mileage. $2000. Call 481-1621 
anytime until 10 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 

73 DELTA ROYAL Oldsmobile 
- Good mili^, good MPG, 
regular gas, | air conditioned, 
automatic: Like new interior, 
good body. Needs tires. Make 
offer. Call 547-7261 after 7 p.m. 
6 4t8-27 



- FriK ks- 1 rail ITS -Jeeps 



JEEP WAGONEER LTD. - 

1980. low miles, AM/FM stereo 
tape, electric windows and door 
locks, air conditioned, free 
locking front hubs, power 
steering and brakes. 461-5104. 
7 2t8-27 

TOYOTA - 1977 SR5 pick-up 

truck. 46,000 mids, must seU. 

427-1508. 

7 4t9-10 

19M PLYMOUTH SFORT 

Truck, mint condition, AM/FM, 
yellow, sport stripe, heavy-duty 
springs, 5-speed., excellent 
mileage. Low equity, take over 
payments. 482-1768 after 4 p.m. 
7 4t9-24 



H \iin- l'.,ri>. KriK 



VEGA PARTS - 1072 sedan and 
1974 station wagon. Cheap! Call 
547-4848 after 5 on weekdays 
and anytime weekends. 
8 4t9-2 



'>-\1(»i(>ri\( k'>.-seiK»iers 



YAMAHA • 1978 llOOXS. King 
and Queen seat. Excellent con- 
(tttion, under warrenty, gari^ 
kept. Has to be seen to be ^>- 
p^ciated. $2950, 466-1001. 
9 4t9-2 

HONDA MOTORCYCLES • 

IVn XL 75. $600. Z50, S400. 
Z50, $373. Under 100 miles, like 
new, 495-0016. 4W^»93. 
9 4t9;2 

HONDA - 1979, CX 300 

Custom, silhouette windshi^, 

crash bar, sissy bar, rack, and 

cruise control. $1800. Call 490- 

0048 anytime. 

9 4t8-27 



•>-\toi(>rcMleN-Se(M>lers 



YAMAHA . 19M, 6S0 Special 

II, must sell, moving. $^50. 

547-3981. 

9 4t9.17 



I l-BoalN-Marine ^^iipplu s 



INTERLAKE • 1973 IN- 
TERLAXE sailboat, 18', equip- 
ped for ndng. B<»t(Hi sails, with 
Pamco tri^kr, very good am- 
dition. $2100. Call after 6, 422- 
2742. 
11 ftIM 

SEA RAY . 197t, 19', 198 hor- 
Mpower Meroruiser motor,"-Bx- 
cdlent condition. Omies with E- 
Z Loader trailer, all fully equip- 
ped, $6800 or best offer. 460- 
3237,464-9680. 

il 4t9-10 

SLOOP . CUSTOM BUILT 26' 
sailboat, fully equipped for 
cruising, spacious intoior. ac- 
comodate 4, va7 good con- 
dition, ready to sail, priced to 
sell. $8700, 426-7625, 426-6277. 
n 6t9-24 

STARCRAFT • U FOOT boat. 
40 hors^mwer Johns<Hi m(Hor, 
completely equipped, comes with 
u-ailer, ready to go, 499-4487. 
i! 4t9-10 

PACEMAKER • 38' Spor- 

tfisherman, fiberglass, fully 

equipped for inshore or offshore 

fishing. Too many extras to list. 

545-2637. 

11 4t9-17 

AQUASPORT • 240, CABIN , 

2-3 sleeper, twin 135 horse power 
Johnson, radio, head, full can- 
vas outrigger. Cox traielr. 
Asking $7950. 428-4488. 
n It 8-27 

CHAPARRAL • 144 (24'). 
Bought new last season. 
Economical Mercruiser inboard- 
(Mitboard. Loaded mth options.^ 
Sharp, ktpl in dry storage, wih 
demonstrate. Call 722-7351 
(HamiMon). 
n 4t8-27 

WINNER • 1973, 120 horse- 

power inboard - outboard, trailer 

included. Good con^ttoa..^ 

$3000. 497-1087 days, 4M-3658 

nights. 

jj 419:2 

LONG BOAT TRAILER - 

Capacity up to 19 feet, very good 
condition. $450. Call 497^1920. 
11 4t9-3 



13-Help Warned 



EXTRA MONEY - LOOKING 

for a way to earn money for 
yourself and your family, 
working on your own time at 
your own pace? Byerly 
Publications will provide up to 
$2,500 in cash to qualifiKl in-, 
divtduals living in Chesaprake 
who are willing to devote a mon- 
th or more to a special subscrip- 
tion campaign. For complete 
details, st<H> by tN Cheapeake 
Post office at 1024 Battlefield 
ttvd., OT odl Dan DNdon, 547- 
4571. 

1T-8-2D 



Fun time poMcm inth a b^omI 
trade publkatimi opeakag new 
office in Chesap^^e. "Must hnvt 
good pcrsfm^ty, good irfione 
wke, and be abte to openau 
phone ifHtdiii^ OMuote. Must 
type. Win b^n work iMt week 
in August. Call Charla Immor- 
dino tt 347-3181. WiU interview 
August 27tfi and 28th. 
13 2t8-27 



l.^-Help Uanlcd 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING • 

If you are looking for a job that 
is challenging and rewarding, we 
ahve a position that may intoest 
you. You wiU work in our 
dassified advertising dqNUtnttnt 
at our office on Rosonont Road, 
Virginia BcKh. We provide a 
p«id on-the-job tral^i^ period, 
and you must proyitte good 
typing, good spelling ability, 
legible handwriting and an in- 
telligent wiUingness to team. If 
you think you would enjoy 
dealing with the public by 
tdq;>hone, caH Mildred Snfco, 
347-4371. This is a fulUime 
salaried position with Byerly 
Pubiintions, publishes (tf the 
Chesapeake Post and the 
Virginia Bei^ Sun. 

TF-8-20 

TELEPHONE SAI£S TEM- 
PCHIARY, Day or evo^. Ap- 
ply 134 S. Battiefield Blvd. Up- 
stairs on left. 3 pm to 7 pm Mon- 
day or Wechiesday. 
13 It 8-27 

LIGHT LOCAL DAYTIME 

delivery, must have car. An>ly 

134 S. Battiefield Blvd. Upstairs 

on left 3 pm to 7 pm, Monday ot 

Wednesday. 

13 It 8-27 

CLERK/STENOGRAPHER - 

Virginia Co-operiUive Extension 
Sovioe, Chesapeake unit. Ap- 
pUcant must have completed 
high school and have itt least 2 
years cl^cal experi«Ke. Will be 
responsible for typing, filing, 
operating duplicating equip- 
ment, and geaeni office work. 
Stenographic skills requried. 
A|q;)lications wiU be »xeiHed un- 
til Sejrtembo- 5th, or until tht 
position is filled. Apply by 
calling 547-6349. Virginia Co- 
operative Extension Service 
IHOframs, a^ivities, aiKl em- 
ployment opportunities are 
availabte to all pcqNe, reprdless 
of race, oolm, religi(m, mx, age, 
national otipn, handicapped, or 
political affiliation. An Equal 
Opportunity Affirmative Action 
Employer. 
13 It 8-27 

COMPANION - UVE IN only. 

help seml-invaUd lady. Room, 

board, small salary, tin» off. 

855-1711. 

13 It 8-27 

HCNMEW0RXER8 EAXS S188 

weekly addressing ravelopes. 
Send stamped Mif-addressed en- 
vdope. Swinn Enterprise Crom, 
Va. 22932. 
13 2t8-27 



14 Posiiions VN anii'ci 



PAINTS • Looking for em- 
ployement. Free estimates, call 
Mr. Aries Parker at 622-2078. 
14 4t9-2 



l5Hii'-m<'>-^ < )pp(>rii)nil\ 



PACESETTES FASHH>NS of- 

f&% a higMy |H-ofiubte jean, 
Topft Sp(»tswcar Stkop for your 
ymy own. Sdect from ova 100 
brands - Levi, Wrangler, Chk. 
Lee, SedgefieM, Brittama, nany 
more. $16,300.00 includes 
burning mwiaory, fijOwM uid 
tndning. Open wMiin \$ di^. 
CaU anytiine for Mr. Hutley 
(2I4)937-W76. 
15 It 8-27 

-nB«0N-TOPSR80N" 

nuTa V»t To* Md Tear 

LOCAL N«w«pi^«r 



ly-liistruetion (lasses 



CHESAPEAKE BODY IMAGE 

Incorporated - exercise studio for 

women. Total fitness hour com- 

binii^ ao'obics, principles of 

duice Md ^isthenics to music. 

482-1997. 

19 4t9-17 



GUITAR LESSONS 
CLASSICAL, folk, modern. 
Music theory and harmony. 
Leara to irfay k)1o guitar or 
strumming and inking fw ac- 
companiment. 481-3376, P^er. 
21 4t9-IO 

VIOLIN AND PIANO Lessons - 

Including music tlwory, given to 

students of all levels by highly 

qoaUfied teacher. 424-3433, 424- 

2957. 

21 8t9-17 



:M>oiis-( als, unil \\\s 



GERMAN SHEnORD Pup- 
pies • ^C r^tt^, tB ages, 
health aiKl tanpeamait giMrui- 
teed. Champion sir^, terms 
available. Prkes start at $130. 
^8-8083 anytime. 
n 4t8-27 

BRITTANY SPANOL puppia • 
AKC registered, 4 mides, 3 weeks 
old. $100 each. 490-3067. 
n 4t8-27 

ENGLISH SPRINGER Spaniels 
• AKC registered puppies, 
whelped June 22, and wormed. 
Hack and white, Uver and white, 
$130 each. Tri-colored. $250 
each. 429-31 14. 
n 4t9-2 

DOGS • Basset Hound, I year 

(dd female, red and white, $100. 

Clraw, AKC r^stered, fanate,^. 

blue, 4 months old, $200. 583- 

1990. 

22 4t9j 

GERMAN SHiraERD Pup- 

(Mes • AKC festered, duuqNon 

aind, woriMd, all diots, bred (at 

hi|» and tanperamrat. Dam has 

CDX. Sable, black and tan. 853- 

2820. 

22 4t9-2 

DALMAT10N PUPHES - AKC 

r^stoed, excxUoit breed. Good 
with children, and are good wat- 
ch dogs. Call from 5 to 9 p.m. 
and weekends. 460-5038. 
22 4t9-l7 

POODLE PUPS - TOY, 

A|Micot. 12 weeks old. AKC 

r^;istered. Price n^otiable. 583- 

2402. 

22 4t9-17 



24-H(>rses-( aiile eel 



TiWROUGH^tED GELDING 

• 16.2 hamls. 10 years old. voy 
quiet and g«)Ue. Anyone can 
ride him. $1500. 421-9134. 
24 -4t9-17 



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APPLIANCIS • GENERAL 

Electric washer /dryer. $80. 
Keamme nwsho', $73 and Ken- 
more Dryo*, $75. 2 electric 
»on$, $73 e^. 3 ^Ntftment 
sized gas stoves, $30 each. 
Oen«iil Electric refri^rator, 
$80. Coldspot rdri^rator, $30. 
Call 343-3802. 
23 4t9-10 

LIONIX TRAINS - American 
Flyer, some H-O pui^. will sdl 
or trade. 383-0678. 
23 4t9-10 



15- \rlules li»r *^uU 



CALORIC ELECTRIC 
RANGE- 30 indi electric nm^, 
self-cteaning, with hood, f^ 
stuuUng, Copperione with clock 
and timer. Oiw ytta old, like 
new. $300. 340-2332. 
23 4t9-10 

crass SET - RAND carved 
(Anri) wood ch^s set with 
alabaster and brass uble. 
Origiul ofl piUntinp, ito 6 f0(M 
sUver nibbing ftimed. ^7-6066. 
25 4t»10 

PEnSONALUSD "Caricature*' 
Christmas Cards, or Note Cards 
- Give Something Original. Your 
carictture made friHn tasf of 
your photographs submitted, 
(they will be returned to you with 
cards). Delivery six wedcs. Ctrds 
will be printed in one colw ink 
(Ml c(d<md papN with mttcMi^ 
envelopes. 4V4 x 5i&, with 
caricature ea front sl^ and 
Christmas message insMa. (You 
can tet blank inside with no ad- 
ditional charte or your message 
for additioMl $10.00). Any 
quantity oui be printed, adt for 
quotations. OdI 627-3810. 
35 4t8-27 

im«iNG ROOM sen • i^t 

Miqde dinii^ room set, 6 dudrs, 

$130. Dark MMe dfarii^ room 

set, 4 diidrs, $223. Oxrm (^eM, 

$25, Signature sewing machbie, 

$70, excellent condition. 467- 

2926. 

25 4t8-27 



Automatic defrost, 2 doors, 
$223. Apartment sized 
refri^ator, $130. Autmnatic 
wasker, $123. Autoaurtk dryer, 
$100. AU in very pxid ccMiditkMi. 
CaU 393-1110 between 10 a.m. 
and 6 p.m. 
25 8-27 

%jaB umKaaATORs for 

sale - CaU 481-2208 for infor- 

mati<m. 

23 4(8-27 

MINK COAT . Pure white, 

caUed OlMial, ankle tei^ph. pa-- 

feet condition, $2K)0. Phone 

622-1203. 

23 40-27 

MAPLE MOmOOM KJITE • 

HeacRxMrd, boi springs, dreswr, 
«id mirror, diest. and 2 night 
stands. AU for $200. CaU after 3, 
#4-2903. t 



23 



4t8-27i 



WASHERS AND DRYERS • 

Bought, s(rfd, ami serviced. 422- 
8169. 

25 It 8-27 

FURNITURE • HARD ROCK 

nubile, dining table, 8 chairs, 

buffet, needs refinishing. 

$250.00486-7076. 

25 ^9-17 

COOK SET Z— Cast iron, 
wooden handles. Air con- 
ditioner, 6,000 B.T.U. 
Dehumidifier. Krohle living 
romn set, 2 piece. Intake-outtake 
window fan. other iteniB. 383- 
3581. 

» 4t9-17 

EARLY AMERICAN • 3 
cushion, red tweed $95.(^. 
Chairs, |»ir, bhw tufted back 
traditional style. Distinctive 
quaUty. Purchawd Chund Fur- 
niture Co. $143.00 pair. 543- 
2197. 
23_ 4t»17 

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Virginia ^ach Sun> Wednesday, August 27, 1^0 27 



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2(»-\iilitnHN 



BOTTLE COLLECTION - Jim 

Beam bottles, dated late 1960's 

to early 1970's, $5 each. 497- 

2553. 

26 4t9-2 

AMTIQUE BUTTER CHURN ■ 

All wcKxio! churn, good con- 
dition, a collector's item! Asking 
$225. CaU 497-2478. 
26 4t9-10 

HANDSOME EMPIRE 

Mahogany sideboard - from old 
South Norfolk home. Beautifully 
carved splash board. One of a 
kind. Ideal for restored older 
home. 340-3431. 
26 419-17 



2S-(,araui' RiimmaMi' Sail' 



DRIVEWAY SALE • Too huge 
for garage! Multiple famile - 
everything you can imagine. 9-6 
Saturday only - 308 Bartlett 
Drive - Wilson Heights. Just 
cleaned attic! * 
28 It 8-27 

FARIS STREET FLEA market •' 
open Thurs.-Sun., 10-6. Come 
on in and browse round! 8 dif- 
ferent sho|M. 34S0 Azalea Gar- 
den Rd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



2»>-V\'aim(l lo Bii> 



WE BUY REFRIGERATORS • 

Non-working and used 

refrigerators. 48!-22(W. 

29 . 4t8-27 



3l)-\1usi«.ul \tt rchundisf 



FLUTE • BUNDY flute, Key of 
C, newly serviced, new key pads. 
$175. 487-0916. 
30 4t9-10 



^\ ( oiiis .ind siani|»s 



NORVIEW • RARE COINS. 

Norfolk's mMt ccnnplete. Buy. 
sell, trade. Buying silver coins. 
42 Southmi ^u^^ing Center. 
NorfbUt. 853-81 18. 
31 CBDTF 



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TOP SOIL • Fum Oreeibrior 

area. You pick up oi we wiU 

(Miver. Top grade sdl. 347- 

0374. 

35 4t»-10 

MUMS - LARGE fwld grown. 
Kneapplc geraniums, and otho- 
phuits. 486-3950. 
35 4t9-17 

AAA TOP SOIL - Black, fertile, 
supo-b qtuUty. sand, clay and fill 
dirt. 853-7218. 
35 ; 4t9-17 

MULCH • BU1XER and &>n 

shredded wood and bark, har- 
dwood. Truck l<Md. any size. 
Protect your shrubs. Grt now 
while on sale. We deliver in one 
day. 853-0250. 855-7467. 
35 4t9-17 

GROW ANYTHINGI ■ "Green 

Thumb Principle." You too can 

have a green thumb. Send S2.^ 

to Green Thumb, P. O. Box 

4357, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 

23454. 

35 8t9-l7 



37Nhichint'r\-l(M>h 



UPHOLSTERY MACHINE 

niWExceUent condition. $450. 

Call 397-4413 - 9 a.m. to 5:30 

p.m. 

37 4t8-27 

SEWING MACHINE HEAVY 

Duty. Exallcnt condition $400. 

Call 397-4413. 9 a.m. to 5:30 

p.m. 

37 4t8-27 



.^7Miu hiru'r\- I»M)ls 



SENCO AIR TRIM GUN - $400. 
Used shop vacuum, $25. Used 
Milwaukee sawsall, $100. Elec- 
tric impact wrench, $100. 2 ton 
Come - Along, $75. AU like new. 
486*3656. 

37 4t8-27 

3 WLTI SCREW GUNS • $100. 
2 Leather safety harnesses, $25 
each. Ramset gun with box, 
$150. Arrow hammer tacker, 
$25. Senco P stapler, $150. All 
have never been used. 486-3656. 
32 4t8-27 

BACKHOE FRONT END 

Loader - Massey-Ferguson 70. 
Good condition, $10,000 
negotiable. 425-1200. 

37 4t9-10 

DEGREASER AND OIL 
Purifier - Degreaser Model 2DS- 
500S, (Soniclean) single tank, 
spray type. Mfg-Detrcx, $700. 
Oil Purifier-DeLaval, unimatic, 
Model 55-14, 2 horsepower 
motor, $500. 625-6663. 
37 4t9-10 



.^X-Hiisiiu'ss 



NURSERY SCHOOL EQUIP- 
MENT — All in good condition. 
Call 420-9219. 
38 4t9-10 

CASH REGISTERS • We have 
15 used electric cash registers, all 
NCR models, will take best of- 
fer. Conuct Mr. Marks at 461- 
1721. 
38 4t9-10 

CASH REGISTERS - ,3 NCR 

6075-M rasters, $250 each. 
Make an offer for all thrM. Call 
Lee Banks at 587-6128. 
38 4t8-27 

ALL Types, new and used 

restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equipipent Company. 
1008 Granby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



V) INKjilie 



STEREO •• Soundesign, 

AM/FM, 8 track. Turntable, 2 

speakers, excellent condition, 

$200 or best offer. 588-2305 

anytime. 

39 4t9-2 

MAGNAVOX COLOR TV- 21 

inch diagonal screen, good con- 
dition. $150. Call 588-5955. 

39 4t9-3 

CITIZEN'S BAND Radios - CB 

radio, 40 channel, AM/SSB. 40 

chumel AM tad antenna. Call 

488-6873. 

39 4t9-17 



llonu's l«»r sak' 



FLAMINGO MOKLE HOME - 

1974, 12' X 70', 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, air conditioning, car- 
peted, washer, dryer, 
refrigerator, stove, excellent 
condition, $8500. 480-2732. 

40_ 419:? 

1978 HORTON - 2 bedroom, 
mint condition, low assumption. 
Call 482-3794. 
40 4t9-17 



40- Mobile llomts tor Sale 



DORAL MOBILE HOME • 

1976, 60' X 24', 3 bedroom, den, 
dining room, skirted, can remain 
on lot. 487-5464. 
40 4t9-10 



45- Vinirtnunts tor K» rii 



SHARE APARTMENT - Udy 

to share apartment with respon- 
sible female. In Great Bridge, 2 
bedrooms, VA baths, $100.00 
and Vi Vepco. As of October 1. 
482-2522 days. 
45 4t9-17 



SHARE 


- FEMALE with same. 


Norfolk. 


After 


5:30 


p.m. 855- 


7300. 








45 






4t9-17 



APARTMENT HEADQUAR- 
TERS -Great Bridge, 4 locations, 
1-2 bedroom apartments. From 
$209. Rental office - 482-3373 - 
nights - 482-1492 - 369 John- 
stown Rd. Special senior citizen 
discount. 
45 TFN8-27 



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CHESAPEAKE • Lovely brick 
ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
large den with fireplace, central 
air, fenced yard, large patio. By 
owner, 420-5365 or 547-5318. 
47 4t9-3 



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MIDAS MINI MOTOR Home - 
24', XL 2000, 1979, luxury 
model. aU accessories including 
10' port-a-boat. low mileage, 
good mpg. 467-2773. 
66 4t9-17 

JAYCO -'75 like new. sleq>s 8, 
12' body, extends to 20'. $2500 
or brat offer. 427-1665. 
66 419-17 



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BABYSITTING - GREAT 
HUDGE aicA. My home, con- 
venient koation. 482-2388. 

71 2t9-3 

DAY CARE - In my home. 
College Park am. Any age 
wdcome, have plenty of ex- 
perience. Have references 
available also. 420-7174. 
71 4t9'17 

TYPING - ALL KINDS - IBM 

Sdectric, 7 days a week, 428- 
5240. anytime. Services fw small 
businesses, term papers, 
manuscripts, proposals. 
Resumes. $10 and up. 
71 TFN8-27 

BABYSITTERS: Day, evening, 
ni^ts, overnights; weekly or 
hourly rates; your house or sit- 
ters; No age limit. Chesapeake 
Townhouse Area on Geneva 
Ave. Phones: 485-4147 or 485- 

5129. 

71 4t9-3 



WILL DO BABYSITTING - In 

my home, weekdays. Experien- 
c«l sitter, certificate. 622-JKn8. 
71 4t9-2 



RETAIL APPAREL SHOP 
OPEN YOUR OWN retail ap- 
parel shop. Offer the latest in 
jeans, denims and sportswear 
$14,850.00 includes inventory, 
fixtures, etc. Comiirfete Store! 
Open in as liule as 2 weeks 
inywhere in U.S.A. (Also infan 
sand childrens shop) Call SUE, 
TOLL FREE 1.800-874-47ro. 



INSTRUCTION 



LEARN TO DRIVE 
TRACTOR -- 
TRAILER i 



NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED 

We train MEN and WOMEN. 
No need to quit present job. 
FULL or PART TIME training 

For More Mormatton C»ll Anytime 



BevcoTracior ir.inei ii.j.ni.iQ inc 



VA. BEACH 
804-499-3707 



7!.Ser>lces Offered 



SONSHINE DAY CARE - We 

will be accepting applications un- 
4il Septembo- 1st. Ages 2 - 5 
years, 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Hot 
meals, daily activities full or part 
time. Bow Creek area, Virginia 
Beach. 587-8230. 
71 3t8-27 

MONEY PROBLEMS? Sub- 
stantial income. L^al, ethical, 
honest. Information describes 
program. Send self-addressed 
stamped envelope, plus 50( han- 
dling to: Baker Enterprises, Box 
236A, Franklin Va. 23851. 
71 4t8-27 

WILL BABYSIT - In my home, 

Pembroke area, ages 2 to 4 years, 

Monday through Friday. 497- 

1230. 

71 419^2 

I WILL BABYSIT - In my home, 
Monday through Friday, ages 3 
and up. Experienced mother, 
fenced yard, 857-6458. 
71 4t9-2 

TYPING • ALL KINDS, IBM 

Selectric, 7 days a week, 428- 
5240 anytime. Servicies for small 
businesses, term papers, 
resumes, manuscripts, 
proposals. 

71 4t8-27 

WILL PICK UP - any unwanted 
Kenmore or Whirlpool washer. 
486-4098. 

71 4t8-27 

AUTO CRUSHERS - Al Junk 
Car Removers. All cars tow^ 
away free, top dollar paid! Fast 
Service, 487-9222> 
71 TF8-5 

NEWSPAPER PRINTING - 

Special prices for composing 
and/or printing tabloid 
newsfMipers and circulars. Call 
Mildred Singco for information, 
547-4571. 
TF-8-20 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man, the smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior {min- 
ting. 424-4687. 
71 TFCDB 

nREPLACE SPECIALIST will 
build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175. 2-5 p.m. 
71 CDBTF 




TRUCK CAPS-NEW 

FROM $169.95 

mNANCE-MM^ PCWnant* AvMI- 

Junior Suttle 

G«o. WaMnglon Homv. & Canal Or. 

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COLONY 

Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

Homes & Custom 

Builders 

SALES OFFICE 

333 Providence Rd. 

CALL 464-9317 



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and at the lowest cost. Just clip, fill 
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Sons change picnic time 



Sons of Italy of Roma Lodge #254 Labor Day Family 
Get Together Picnic has been changed fi-om Monday, 
Sept. 1 to Sunday, Aug. 31 because of the starting of 
the school year on Sept. 2. 

The bread, beer and soft drinks will be provided for a 
donaticMi. 

The hours are from 1 to 5 p.m. at the clubhouse, 3097 
Magic Hollow Boulevard. For further information call 
the club. 

Spaghetti dinner set 

Sons of Italy of Roma Lodge #254 will have a 
spaghetti dinner and dance on Saturday, Sept. 13. 
Dinner from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Dancing from 9 p.m. until 1 
a.m. Music will be furnished by Joseph Russo, Jr. 

Call 425-0941 for tickets. 



Nqptune art set; $1 ,000 in prizes 



The annual Neptune Festival Art Show, sponsored by 
the Virginia Beach Arts Center, will take place Sept. 26, 
27, and 29. 

Artists and craftsmen from all over the region will be 
showing their work starting at 27th Street and 
continuing northward on the boardwalk. The hours are 
Friday from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 



TTiis year's judge is Stephen M. Andrus. Andrus 
received his MFA degree at the Instituto Allende in 
Mexico and has his own studio and gallery on the Outer 
Banks. 

Prizes totaling $1 ,000 wUl be awarded under the tent 
between 28th and 29th Streets on Saturday at 3 p.m. 

For ftirther information, contact the Virginia Beach 
Arts Center, 17U Arctic Avenue, Virginia Bc«A, 
Virginia, 2345 1 , (804) 428-9294. 



McFadden offering classes 

Beach resident Patricia McFadden will be offering 
classes in art and design, sketching and watercdor at 
her new studio at the Tree House Studio 301, 1322 
^ Riverfront Court in Virginia Beach. 

An award winning watercdorist, she has studied at 
the Corcoran Schod of Art and Design and at the 
Smithsonian. 

Her paintings have w(m numerous avmrds, and 
prizes and are in many private cdlections both in the 
United States and Europe. 

Qasses are forming now for beginning and more 
advanced study. For more information, call 425-^M9. 



Esprit auditions set 

The performing arts unit of the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and Recreation has announced 
auditions for the Fall performance of the Esprit Modem 
Dance Company on Wednesday, Sept. 3,. at 7 p.m. at 



the Old Donation Elementary Schod Studio. 

Dancers wishing to audition are asked to bring a 
prepared dance of two minutes in lengeth which 
stresses the techniques experienced through dance 
training. The callback class will be Friday, Sept. S at 6 
p.m. 

Company director and choreographer, Susan Long, 
has openings in both the performing compuiy and the 
junior company for experienced dancers and talented 
students. Esprit Modem IDance Company was founded 
in 1977 to provide Tidewater dancers and audiences 
with professional quality modem dance. 

For furtho" information, contact the performing arts 
unit at 467-4884 or 495-1 892. 



Mayor speaks at VWC 



Tidewater's six new mayors, including Beadi Mayor, 
Henry McCoy, wfll discuss "Opportunities for Area 
Cooperation" at the fifth annual Area-wide Chamber <rf 
Commerce Breakfast Forum at Virginia Westeyan 
College on September 4. 

The mayors of Chesapeake, Hampton, Poquoson, 
Portsmouth, Suffdk, and Virginia Beach will be a part 
of a panel discussion at this annual meeting for the 
directors of the eight area Chambers of Cbmmerce- 
Oiesapeake, Gloucester, Norfdk, Peninsula (Hmipton. 
r^wport News and Poquoson), Portsmouth, Suffdk. 
Virginia Beach, and Williamsburg area (including York 
and James Qty counties). 

The breakfast is scheduled for 8 a.m. in Prtwten HaU 
Lounge at Virginia Wesleyan. Cdlege. Reservations 
must be made by September 2 t%ough one of the area 
Chambers of Commerce. ; y 




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6 to 8 a.m. 

8 to 10 a.m. 

to to Noon 

Noon to 2 p.m. 

1 to 4 p.m. 
4 to 6 p.m. 

to 8 p.m. . 
8 to 10 p.m. 
10 to Midnight 
Midnight to 2 a.ra. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



PrtMMe As«Mait ^: 

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First sign loUowing 

Second sign ftritovtt^ 

Third st|p fi^oi^b^ 

Fourth sig^ folloWiRg 

Fifth si^ Avowing 

Sixth sign foU^ving 

Seventh sl|p teg^rning 

Eighth sig^ fijU^t^ 

Ni^h ^pi foUowfi^ 

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For week of i4if . 27 ■ Sefrf. 3 



ARIES& (Mardi 21 to April 
19 — Afi^ Aries AsceMtoat) 

— Take care of any health 
matters that need attention 
and get plenty of rest. Asso- 
ciates are cooperative and 
teamwork is the key. Use 
your inventivewKS in solving 
problems at work. A new ro- 
mantic inter^t is possible. 

TAURUS: {April 20 to May 
^ — ;^AIso Taurvs Aserad- 
antj — Spend the holiday at 
home seeking peace and 
quiet Don't let your temper 
Mbem irtm minor irritations 
9&Mr both at work ami ai 
home. Later in the weak 
^mt o-eativity (« the jd> 
could bring financial in- 
crease. 



GEMINI: (May 21 to Jvi» 
20 — A1m> Gemini A^end- 
ant) — Pamper yourself the 
hoUday weekend — take it 
easy. Forget ahout financial 
investments just now^ You're 
in no position to risk money 
yoB may not have. Achieve- 
inents at work will p* the 
attention of superto^. 

CANCER: (June 21 to July 
22 — Also CaMer Aseead- 
aat) — If feeling mmdf mA 
depressed, tetter ched( ^ 
on y«Hir health and take care 
of matters that ne^ atten- 
tiwi. Thi^^ may be a littte 
sM» at wmt, but don't "dog 
off.'* find some routine 
Aores that need eatching 
up. 



LE(%(Jnly23toAixg.22- 
Also Leo Asoeadaat) — In- 
clude the family in holiday 
activities and be sym^Mthet- 
ic to tlieir problems. Not the 
time to Kno money or spend 
what wiU be needed to pay 
bills later on. keep a low 
profile for now — your turn 
c(Hnes later. 



VIRGO; (Aug. U to Sept. 
22 — Also Vir^ Aseevtait) 

— Keepyour own €^Bsel 
now. Not the time to ask for 
fav«? or listen to others' 
scl»m«. Catch up on papw- 
wofk and routiiw matters. 
Later in the week there 
could be an oofMrt^ity to 
advance your car^r. 

UBRM (Sept 23 to Oct tZ 

— A^ Utea ^loealbat) — 

Keep all your dealing out to 
the ^m - not tte time for 
secrrt arra]^5«nents. Work 
cooperatively with others in- 
stead of going it alone. Show 
self-confidence on the job. 
Guard your wvings and set 
up a workable budget 



SCORPIO: «^t 23 to Nov. 
21 — Also Scorpw Ai^mi- 
ant) — You may have to 
tightw your belt fiianciaUy 
to recoup from exi^sive 
sf^nding ia the past If you 
rwed a toan to tide yoo over, 
a fri^ c^M «HBe ttoough 
for you. Stort hwiMis falps 
are po^Ue awl fruitful. 



SAGrrrARIUS: (Nov. 22 
to Dee. 21 <>> Aiao Sagittarins 
Asecndaat) -Nervous too- 
si<m could be high over the 
holiday, so avoid argum«it8 
with family members. Chan* 
nel your energy to creativ« 
projects instead. Watch year 
touchy mood at work when 
as80ciate{^ are not coopera* 
tive. 

CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 la 
Jan. 19 - Ahw Capricori 
Ascendant) — You can ac^* 
complish a lot of high quali- 
ty work now that could hri^ 
in some extra money. Wort 
cooperatively with team- 
mates instead of going it 
alone as you usually prefer. 
Business trips bring positive 
results. * 

AQUARIUS: (Jan. 20 to 
Feb. 18 — Also Aquarius As- 
cendant) — Take on added 
responsibiluty at work to get 
the positive attention of su- 
periors. Your creative imag- 
ination is high, so use it in 
clever ways. Discuss budget 
matters with mate or part- 
ner and come to agreement 
on prioriti^. 

PK«aS:X*mi9to^h1 
20 — Alio Pisces A^eeirtattt) | 
— Car^* oj^xMtuniti^ are 
around you and oth^^ are 
wiUiag to listen to your 
suggesti(ms. Use your cre- 
ativeWeas lavtahly and it is 
p^sibte to turn a hobby into 
an im^ae-jwodudng eflort. 
Romantic disagreements 
can be resoled i»w. 



U.S.S. Vinson wives meet 

The U.S.S. Vinson Enlisted Wives Qub will hold its 
monthly meetii^ IXiesday. Sept. 2, 7:30 p.m. at the 
Langley Rcc. CJenter at Langley A.F.B. 

Guest speaker will be an crfficcr <rf the Hampton 
police force to speak to us on self defense. New 
members are welcome. 

For more infonMtion call 723-2641, Hampton or at 
625-6007 in NorMk. 



Brickelladdressed teachers 



^rP^: .^' ^' B"ckell. Division Superintendent of 
Wgima Beach Public Schods, will adress the 
Chesapeake Public Schools secondary EngUsh teachers 
at Deep Creek High School at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, 
August 26. ' 



: Free books announced 



Hie Boys' Qub of Virginia Beach, 4441 South Boule- 
vard is having a R.I.F. distribution at the club, Friday, 
August 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

There will be free books for chijdren ages 4 and up. 



Sandbridge holds benefit 



There will be a pig pickin' at Sandbridge on 
Saturday,^Scpt. 6 to benefit the Sandbridge Vdunteer 
Fire and Rescue Brigade. 

.. ^^^H*""^*^ *;^ °'^'''^^ ^" *^^*"*^« from Herb Moir 
4L<^ **n^ ^^^ Sandbridge. Virginia Beach, 
23456, or call him at 426-2416.